I just camp back from “Courage Camp”, 4 days with about 200 facilitators of Brene Brown’s research on shame and vulnerability. I was eager for opportunities to talk with other facilitators about how this work on shame resiliency skills might be used to help groups have brave conversations about race and privilege in this country.
How we feel about ourselves, directly impacts how we interact with others. When we take time to slow down and deeply connect with ourselves, we will find it easier to find satisfaction in relationships with others too.
Many people are experiencing increased stress and anxiety in the current political climate. Individuals across the political spectrum are experiencing the impact of an increasingly divided country. This is causing disruption in relationships, something that may even be experienced as families gather for holidays this time of year. I would love to share some of the best ways to stay grounded!