Annett Zupke Stop the blame game and take 100% responsibility

Annett Zupke – Stop the blame game and take 100% responsibility

Most of us have not really learned how to know what we need, let alone how to express it. Thus, anytime we find ourselves unhappy with what just happened, we tend to either blame ourselves or others. And even if we have practiced NVC for quite some time, we tend to get lost in the blame game. The reason often is a lack of ability to feel what we need and to have language for it.
In this workshop, we will look at different ways of how you can access your needs and take 100% responsibility for caring for them, as they are your life force. You will learn how to use different clues to become aware of your needs, take care of them and ask for support.
[Workshop organised in the frame of Time for Empathy 2023]
When: 8 March 2023, 9:45-11:15 am CET (Berlin time)
How: ONLINE on ZOOM
Recording:
Most of the workshops during “Time for Empathy” are not recorded, so the only possibility to take part in it is to join the session. The sessions that will be recorded, we will make available to others if the quality is satisfying. We may also use parts of the recording for marketing and publicity across various media. If you do not wish to be recorded, switch off your camera and microphone for the whole duration of the session.
Language: English
Cost: FREE
Registration: 
To take part in this workshop, register for the “Time for Empathy” event here: https://www.empathiceurope.com/time-for-empathy/
NOTE: Register only ONCE to the whole event and receive access to all “Time for Empathy” workshops organised from 5 to 12 March 2023.
About the trainer:
Annett ZupkeAnnett Zupke
Annett is a CNVC Certified Trainer for Nonviolent Communication with a passion for reclaiming vulnerability and fully expressing it, huge curiosity around conflict and how to move the energy of conflict into deeper connections based on mutual understanding. In Germany, she has done some pioneer work in using Restorative Justice in cases of severe violence. One inspiring document of her contribution can be seen in the award-winning documentary “The worst thing” by Desireena Almoradie where a U.S. American Woman, whose brother had been killed by a group of German terrorists,  comes to Germany to seek dialogue with former members of this group.
Website: http://annett-zupke.de/

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