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Sandra P. Aldrich

Meet Sandra P. Aldrich, president of Bold Words, Inc., whose often humorous presentations feature the importance of solid relationships – to God, family, friends and self.

In addition, she has written and spoken on joyful living, marriage and family issues, grief, single parenting and family communication.

A popular speaker at women’s and couples’ retreats, college chapels, single-parent conferences, and Focus on the Family events, Sandra’s Kentucky storyteller style has made her a much requested guest on numerous radio and TV shows.

After her husband’s death, Sandra raised a 10-year-old son and an 8-year-old daughter. Today, both are newlyweds who keep their mom well supplied with illustrations.

Sandra holds a Master’s degree from Eastern Michigan University (and, she says, a "Ph.D. from the School of Hard Knocks"). Her career includes 15 years as a public school teacher in the Detroit area, a stint on the grief counseling team for a funeral home chain and nine years in Christian ministry that included several years as senior editor of Focus on the Family Magazine.


Speaking style:
Make a point, tell a story. Life's day-to-day and/or serious issues handled with spiritual insight and humor.

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BLESS YOUR SOCKS OFF: Encouraging words have power to lift spirits, soothe emotions, restore relationships and even change lives. Poignant illustrations and practical suggestions for those who need encouragement-or want to give it.

GRAB THE JOY: We do have choices in life, including whether to embrace a good attitude that will allow us to concentrate on the good things around us. Includes three easy steps to developing an attitude of gratitude.

A NEW BEGINNING: We don't have to be trapped by life's circumstances. Encouragement, humor and practical steps for those who need an emotional jump start.

HELP! I'M A WOMAN OF THE NEW MILENNIUM: Humor and insight from a veteran whose role as a wife, mother, widow and career woman have offered plenty of in-the-trenches training.

HEARTPRINTS: MAKING A DIFFERENCE RIGHT WHERE YOU ARE: The average woman thinks she isn't doing anything special since she doesn't have a public ministry. But it is often the little things that have profound effects.

HOW DO I STOP THIS RUNAWAY TRAIN?: Popular with those who are feeling overwhelmed by the demands of work and family-especially during the stressful holidays.

LOOKING BACK: THINGS I WISH I'D KNOWN WHEN I FIRST MARRIED. Ever wish the marriage license came with a warning label? Then you'll enjoy these humorous illustrations and practical suggestions.

HONEY, HANG IN THERE! If you're looking for advice on how to raise perfect children, this is not it. But if you need encouragement on how to face typical parenting stress, you'll enjoy the humor and practical tips from a veteran mother.

GOOD GRIEF: The stages of grief-whether from death or divorce-can serve as emotional markers for either those who are bereaved or those who want to help. Children's needs will be addressed as well.

WE ARE STILL A FAMILY: Encouragement and practical advice for single parents forging a new lifestyle and establishing new traditions when the family structure changes.


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