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Monday, October 3, 2011

Royal Oak author to discuss dealing with behavior

SOUTHFIELD — A spiritual yet practical approach for dealing with difficult behavior will be discussed at a public forum at St. David's Episcopal Church on Sunday, Oct 9.
The free hour-long event, which starts at 11:30 a.m., will be held in the parish fellowship hall.
The speaker will be Cindy Hampel, author of It's Not Personal: Lessons I've Learned from Dealing with Difficult Behavior. A Royal Oak resident, Hampel is also a member of St. David's parish.
"Cindy's book offers practical advice for handling difficult situations," said the Rev. Chris Yaw, rector of St. David's. "At the same time, the message of the book is spiritual and hopeful, so we're glad that Cindy will be talking to us about this important topic.
St. David's Episcopal Church has been serving the people of Southfield since 1952. The church holds Sunday services at 8 and 10 a.m., and Taize-style healing services four times a year. St. David's parishioners are also involved in community outreach by supporting local food pantry programs, growing a community garden that donates produce, and mentoring students at the nearby Vanderberg school. St. David's is located at 16200 W. Twelve Mile Road. The website address is:


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