Apologising with Bravery
When we recognise that we have hurt someone, we may be eager to offer an apology and repair the relationship. Alongside that apology may be a need to be seen, to have our intentions understood, and to feel that the repair was successful. Attempting to get all needs met at once can disrupt the power of a beautiful apology.
This workshop will explore how to apologise with bravery, by focusing first on the needs of the one we have hurt.
[Workshop organised in frame of Time for Empathy 2022]
When: 11 March 2022, 18:15-19:45 CET (Berlin time)
How: ONLINE on ZOOM
To take part in this workshop, register to the “Time for Empathy” event here: https://www.empathiceurope.com/time-for-empathy/
Note: Register only ONCE and receive access to all “Time for Empathy” workshops organised from 7 to 13 March.
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About the trainer:
Meenadchi (pronouns: Meenadchi/they) is a facilitator and somatic practitioner whose work centers the softness of meeting our best self and deepening into our collective light. Using a blend of family constellation therapy and Non-Violent Communication, Meenadchi weaves containers in which participants are invited to engage in intergenerational healing by changing the way we talk to ourselves, each other, and the universe. Meenadchi is the author of Decolonizing Non-Violent Communication. For more information, please visit www.meenadchi.com.
Decolonizing Non-Violent Communication workbook: https://co-conspirator.press/
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