Were you able to attend the webinar? If yes, awesome! We hope you had a great experience. If you didn’t below is an audio recording of the discussion.
A virtual workshop that will address issues surrounding dating and relationships for women with Turner Syndrome.
Date: Saturday, April 7th @ 1pm ET
Topics to be discussed:
- Insecurities and how they keep us from approaching a dating a relationship.
- Approaching someone you are interested in.
- Addressing Turner Syndrome once in a committed relationship.
A Q/A session will follow wrap up the seminar!
Presenter: Stephanie Jackson-Flores, Relationship Coach
“I was diagnosed with Turner Syndrome when I was sixteen years old. It was a difficult journey to my diagnosis but I was relieved that I had an answer. Since then I have gone on to complete two masters degrees and other training in mediation that has prepared me to help others. My first Masters degree is in Healthcare Administration and Management and the other is in Community Health Promotion. I also received my mediation training at the Center for Mediation and Training in New York City.
Out of this education I found my true passion for coaching and mediation. It has been a dream of mine to have my own coaching and mediation practice. I started LoveYourNextStep Relationship Coaching because I wanted to help people that were struggling. I struggled with dating and relationships as a result of my diagnosis and know that I can help other women with Turner Syndrome that are having the similar challenges.”
We received an inspiring story a couple of months ago. We thought you may want to read!
Star Sisters is a way to connect women and girls with Turner Syndrome to share honest experiences and form a sisterhood of positivity.