Happiness Speaking Course for Iranian Nurses

Some people believe that the ultimate purpose of life is to be happy. I agree with them!

Happiness (Speaking) Course is a six-hour course in eight sessions that helps intermediate (and upper-intermediate) learners practice what they’ve learned so far and add more to their knowledge and skills.

Here are the main topics of each session:

1. What is happiness?

2. What helps you feel happy?

3. Comedy movies/books

4. How to help others feel happy

5. The effects of happiness on our body

6. A few articles about happiness

7. Let’s discuss some quotes about happiness!

8. What can you do to be happier from now on?

Please text or call 920 930 24 28 for more information!


Nursing Wisely

Feeling stuck in your nursing career or unsure about your next move?

Embark on a journey of self-discovery with Nursing Wisely and unlock your true potential.

Let Mary Ghazarian MN, NP-PHC, a seasoned nurse psychotherapist, career coach, and entrepreneur, guide you through a series of introspective exercises designed to help you align your professional path with your true passions and aspirations. Nursing Wisely empowers you to thrive, while still embracing the core values of nursing.

Using her own experience and deep understanding of the challenging healthcare landscape, Mary’s transformative framework focuses on six pillars.

In Nursing Wisely you’ll discover how to:

• Create a legacy

• Ignite your passion for the profession

• Prioritize growth and focus your energy

• Become empowered to own your nursing story

• Tap into your wisdom and unlock limitless potential

• Take action to set yourself on a path to your ideal nursing career

Whether you’re just starting out or are looking to reignite your passion for the profession, this is the book that every nurse needs to read.

Bella Grunfeld MN, NP

Mary Ghazarian holds a Baccalaureate degree from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, and a Master’s degree in Nursing with a Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner certification from Ryerson University (now named Toronto Metropolitan University).

Mary Ghazarian