The Single Point of Failure - Feb 13, 2016

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The Single Point of Failure - Feb 13, 2016

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When we did things that made our parents uncomfortable, they made us change.  Whether they use corporal punishment, guilt, shame or blame-the impact was the same.  These "techniques of change" worked on us because children easily convinced of their own "badness".  So of course we internalize this way of thinking.

This gives us a deep seated belief that change is required to have a better life, relationship and to be a better person.  When we identify something in our lives that isn't working, we apply to ourselves the same techniques our parents used.

This creates a "white knuckling" loop of shame as we try to force ourselves to be different.  Like our parent's method-  whether it works or not - we shame ourselves for not changing fast enough.  We guilt ourselves for not trying hard enough.  We blame ourselves for not changing soon enough.

This workshop will focus on a "No Change Required" approach to address the things you want to shift. You will learn how to move from the out dated techniques of change used by our parents to a more effective, innovativeapproach for the things you would like to do differently.  You will discover how to eliminate shame & self-criticism, replace it with self-esteem & acceptance and enjoy doing new things and have a relaxed & fun experience.

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