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Meet the Author of Custom Lives Sun Shade & Rain, Youth and Children Program, Ask Questions

  • 500 West and 200 East, 500 North and 600 South
  • Provo, UT 84601
  • Presented By: Fletcher Marchant Smart
  • Dates: 9/25/2021 - 10/23/2021
  • Location: Downtown Provo
  • Time: 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM
  • Price: Free Admission
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  • Overview
    Ronda is a creative genius in the study of people and social science. She received awards in art in school, art and math. She did oil painting with a friend, but began to apply her artistic talent to the field of understanding why people are the way they are, she told a fellow artist at the Bountiful Arts Show a year ago when she had a book on display of a little fellow named Jeffrey who face a killer snowman when he closed his eyes at night, found at: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/953755584/a-state-of-mental-apprehensiveness/?ref=kicktraq and her artistic background is listed also: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/953755584/a-state-of-mental-apprehensiveness/?ref=kicktraq  She studied fear and many other things where she came up with a program, an explanation of personality, accounting for things such as autism, gaining weight, attention deficit, and stress. It's about people and why they are the way they are. The National institute of Mental Health has been asking researchers to look 'out of the box', something not thought of before. Ronda is just such a person, to look through the eyes of creativity and why people are the way they are. She has a personality format, an online program for youth, solving or supporting the solving of the problem, and a parent book to use with solving, and supporting the solving of the problem, and a parent book to use with small children using library picture books and the 4 column 6 row format she originated. She has planned an event series of times when people can meet and talk to the author of this program starting September and going through October 2021, 1-1:30 pm in Provo. I will be standing/sitting at the northeast corner of  the Provo City Temple on University and Center Street, across from the Latino Festival, today.  If you have an interest on your lunch break, come on by. Thanks!
    Dates: 9/25/2021, 10/2/2021, 10/9/2021, 10/16/2021, 10/23/2021