“If you are willing to engage and care about anything or anyone you are going to know disappointment. So what does it take to get back up? “ – Brene Brown
Dr. Brene Brown’s years of groundbreaking research shows that if you are going to lead a wholehearted life, and have the courage to get into the arena – failure is going to be something you face. Having the tools, and framework to rise from the challenge is not optional, its foundational and pertinent to strength, resilience, and balance in life, work, and relationships. Skills pertinent now for our world and our children. The lessons, education, and tools provided in this workshop will provide a framework and toolbox on how to move through shame, and failure, in an effort to rise strong – again and again.
Dr. Brown and her team have restricted this work to 9 participants online. Spots are very limited. Please apply here for a spot in this workshop.
Rising Strong – Part 1
Week 1: Courage, Vulnerability, and Values
Week 2: The Rising Strong Practice – Introduction to the process and practice
• Exploring our emotional hooks
• Understand the stories and narratives that connect us to highly emotional situations and triggers – so they no longer send us into thought or shame spirals
Week 3: Owning Our Stories
• Exploring the stories we make up about ourselves so that we can start to become aware of the real narrative we want to create for the future – the story that comes from self vs. inherited or automatic belief patterns
Week 4: Returning to Centre
• Understand ourselves when we are hurt to preventing offloading that hurt onto others we love. This is important for our relationships with our loved ones.
• How to deal with ourselves in high emotion and bring ourselves back to centre. This is the key to resilience.
Dates and Details for Rising Strong: Part 1
4 Group Meetings: Thursdays, October 22 & 29, November 5 &19, 11:00 am – 12:30 am
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