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Previous Guests

Enormous gratitude goes out to these phenomenal women who have shared their knowledge, wisdom, and hearts. 

Wednesday,

March 24, 2021

7 pm Eastern Standard Time

Processing and Releasing Trauma Through Poetry 

With Special Guest

Dr. Gita Baack, Ph.D

Founder of the Centre for Transformational Dialogue, Poet, Author, Counsellor, Speaker

Traumatic events are experienced by all of us either directly, or inherited generationally.  Often the pain and memories -- known and unknown -- are stuck in the unconscious and the reptilian part of the brain.

   

To help access deep emotions, thoughts and memories, Gita has found that the creative arts works magic. By the end of this workshop you will be writing poetry in a new voice after a quick lesson using examples from Gita’s book, “Poems of Angst and Awe”. 

Living Laughter: For Health & Healing

Special Guest:

  

Liliana De Leo

Founder of Living Laughter,

Trainer, Teacher, Motivator and Game-changer!

Sunday
March 28, 2021

10 am Eastern Standard Time

Laughter Yoga has become a sought after practice to help us manage stress, increase health, and help us heal.  Laughter Yoga was developed by East Indian physician Dr. Madan Kataria, where he combined laughter exercises with yoga breathing (Pranayama).  Today it is being used as a form of therapy to help manage stress. No matter our circumstances, everybody can enjoy the unique benefits of Laughter Yoga.   As a Laughter Yoga practitioner since 2006, and Master Trainer, Liliana has seen how the daily practice has helped many.  She will share how Laughter as an exercise can help our physical and emotional wellbeing, and how attendees can strategically incorporate the practice without necessarily attending Laughter Yoga classes. 

Understanding Trauma and its Effects on Your Body

Special Guest:

Tami Lysher, MEd

 Founder of Studio T Pilates, Certified Pilates and Yoga Instructor, and trauma specialist

Wednesday
March 31, 2021

7 pm Eastern Standard Time

For many individuals, childhood trauma is deeply buried within their bodies. Trauma reveals itself in many ways through behavior, both emotional and physical.

   

Through this discussion, participants will have a better understanding of the impacts of trauma on their brain, nervous system, and overall health. 

Easter Holiday

Sunday
April 4,  2021

7 pm Eastern Standard Time

To Do or To Be,

That is the question.

With Special Guest

Stacey Siekman

 Certified Life and Intentional Movement Coach, Owner of Balanced Body Reflections, Author

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

7 pm EST

We live in a world were DOING is admired much more than JUST BEING. This can leave us feeling discouraged and unempowered.

 

We are created to be human, not a doing-doing-doing productivity  machine. Allow Stacey to help you shift your perspective, moving from a Working-out Mentality (Do more, Be less) to a Working-IN Mentality (BE more, Do less).

   

Yes,  working-out is necessary; but Working-IN is essential to achieving our ultimate potential.

  

You will discover how to bring 'being' back to the center of all doing.

Processing and Releasing Trauma Through Poetry 

With Special Guest

Dr. Gita Baack, Ph.D

Founder of the Centre for Transformational Dialogue, Poet, Author, Counsellor, Speaker

Sunday, March 14, 2021

10 am Eastern Standard Time

Traumatic events are experienced by all of us either directly, or inherited generationally.  Often the pain and memories -- known and unknown -- are stuck in the unconscious and the reptilian part of the brain.

   

To help access deep emotions, thoughts and memories, Gita has found that the creative arts works magic. By the end of this workshop you will be writing poetry in a new voice after a quick lesson using examples from Gita’s book, “Poems of Angst and Awe”. 

Take Control

Get Rid of the Diet Mindset

With Special Guest

Shari Rozansky

Weight Loss Coach 

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

7 pm Eastern Standard Time

Losing weight should not be about dieting. Diets tend to be about depriving yourself and not enjoying foods that you love.

   

Shari will teach us about mindful eating and provide us strategies and tips to help us find balance in ways that are both sustainable and fit with your lifestyle. 

  

Simple, easy things that are doable and without deprivation and dieting!

Chaos to Clarity, Step Toward Your Dream Life

With Special Guest

Rachel Smets

Clarity Coach, Freedompreneur, TEDx speaker, YouTuber, Global Goodwill Ambassador (GGA)

Sunday, March 21, 2021

10am Eastern Standard Time

Rachel helps ambitious individuals create a plan to escape from a life that isn't fulfilling or isn't providing you satisfaction and happiness.

 

Learn how to have FREEDOM, be the boss of your own life, and live your life without asking permission!

 

Journaling with Jill

With host:

Jill Grumbache, CJT

Founder of Holistic Journaling, Certified Journaling Facilitator and Emotional Intelligence Coach

Wednesday

February 24, 2021

7 pm Eastern Standard Time

Members Only - Celebration.

Gratitude Yoga

Special Guest:

Josephine Piazza

Certified Yoga Tout Professor  specializing in chair-adapted yoga.

Sunday
February 28, 2021

10 am Eastern Standard Time

Join us for this wonderful yoga class where practice is adapted for seated and standing postures and movements. All levels welcome.

  

Participants should wear loose fitting stretchy clothing, have a sturdy chair to use during the episode ( with no armrests or wheels), A yoga mat under your  chair is optional.

  

In 2016, Josephine became the Laurentian (Quebec) region Franchisee for Yoga Tout.  She is Yoga Tout's ambassador to the English-speaking community. Since then, she has taught more than 500 people offering group and private classes.  

Clearing Clutter as

a Sacred Act

Special Guest:

Carolyn Koehnline, M.A.

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Clutter Specialist, Journal Instructor, and Workshop Leader,

Writer, illustrator, musician

Wednesday
March 3, 2021

7 pm Eastern Standard Time

It’s been eight years since the last edition of my book, Confronting Your Clutter. My new book, Clearing Clutter as a Sacred Act, includes what I’ve gathered and learned in the intervening time. It offers guidance on how to address the various kinds of clutter that may be holding you back, while honoring the transitions, seasons of life, and opportunities clutter represents and often obscures.

Defining Trauma & How It Affects Your Body

Special Guest:

  

Tami Lysher, MEd

 Founder of Studio T Pilates, Certified Pilates and Yoga Instructor, and trauma specialist

Sunday
March 7, 2021

10 am Eastern Standard Time

For many individuals, childhood trauma is deeply buried within their bodies. Trauma reveals itself in many ways through behavior, both emotional and physical.

   

Through this discussion, participants will have a better understanding of the impacts of trauma on their brain, nervous system, and overall health. 

Unleash the Power of Focusing Your Energy and Attention!

Special Guest:

Ilene Dillon, MSW

 Transformational Specialist, psychotherapist, author, global keynote speaker, and Recovered Angry Person.

Amazon National/International Best-selling author Ilene Dillon says she started at “minus zero” with Happiness. A deeply challenging early life left Ilene angry and un-happy.

 

Now, Dillon is coauthor of a book—The Wellness Universe Guide to Complete Self-Care: 25 Tools for Happiness.

 

Dillon’s tool is about how and where to focus your attention. Ilene will share with us all about her chapter, “The Dalai Lama’s Smile,” and the impact the Dalai Lama’s smile had on her, her journey to finding Happiness, and how what she learned can work for you, too.

How to Be Honest With Yourself

With host:

Jill Grumbache, CJT

Founder of Holistic Journaling, Certified Journaling Facilitator and Emotional Intelligence Coach

Exploring  Journaling Through Gentle Yoga -

Writing from the Inside Out  

Special Guest:

Angi Bloom
Retired educator, Yoga Instructor, Life Enthusiast

Angi will lead us in gentle yoga interlaced with journaling. This is what she refers to as learning and journaling from the inside out! There’s no need to have yoga experience or to have professional yoga props; you can use simple household items. (Bolster, belt, blocks and massage ball | couch pillows, blankets, bathrobe belts, beach towels, pillows, and a folding chair.) 

For this episode, Angi suggests that if you have a diffuser and essential oil that helps you feel relaxed and grounded, please use it during our session. (A good idea for every episode, actually!) If you have a large piece of paper to write on, that would be handy; if not, your journal will work just fine.

Poems from Your Journal

Special Guest:

Kathleen Adams
BScN MA Psychotherapist,

Poetry has many possibilities for journal writers. Because poems use image and metaphor to convey powerful emotions and themes, they can reveal and conceal at the very same time--you can, as Emily Dickenson said, "Tell all the truth/ but tell it slant." Poetry can also seem intimidating: I'm not a poet! How do I even start? In this interactive workshop we'll look at three ways to write a poem in your journal. Come prepared to write, to read (if you want to), and mostly -- to be surprised!

Kathleen (Kay) Adams is one of the most prominent voices in the field of therapeutic writing. She is an author, psychotherapist, registered poetry/journal therapist (PTR) and master mentor/supervisor (MM/S) whose gift and life mission is sharing the power of writing with all who desire self-directed change. Kay is the founder of The Writing Institute,  and author of 12 books, including the best-selling Journal to the Self.

Battling Over-thinking

Special Guest:

Samantha Jung-Fielding

Founder of Happinessence, a professional speaker, performance and habit management specialist, and author of Limitless Success.

Do you ever get stuck in your own head? Overthinking happens to everyone from time to time, but if you find yourself repeatedly slumped in “paralysis by analysis”, you will benefit from the easy techniques Samantha Jung-Fielding has to share during her session to battle overthinking.

 

Specializing in behavioral drivers and habit change for small businesses, high performance teams and motivated individuals, Samantha has developed a unique approach to stimulate constructive thinking, achieve emotional balance and craft winning behaviors.

 

Discover three strategies you can use straight away to calm your mind, prod your creativity, and nudge yourself into action!

Celebrate another kind of love this Valentine's Day: Self-Compassion

Special Guest:

Lois Wilkie, MA
BScN MA Psychotherapist,

Yoga Instructor and Mindfulness Facilitator

Lois will guide us through some mindful meditations and share with us how self-kindness and self-compassion can motivate us, increase our resilience, help us to cope with and decrease our anxiety, and reduce depression and shame.

Being a Woman -

Coloring Beyond Lines

Special Guest:

Maria Tan
Business Coach for Misfits, International Motivational Speaker, Author, Entrepreneur

In this certain to be important and fascinating presentation that will also include inspiring journaling prompts, Maria will touch on:

  •  The historic roles women had to play and were limited to

  •  Being different as a woman and garnering the courage needed to own that difference

  •  The one association & programming women need to un-learn to truly make a difference 

Mental Fitness: Learning how to respond to life’s challenge with a positive mindset

Special Guest:

Sue De Haan

Professional and Personal Coach

Mental fitness is just as important as physical fitness. But how does one keep their emotional health in tip-top shape?

In this two-part overview we explore ways you might be self sabotaging. I take you briefly through the science behind the assessment used to identify your unique constellation of saboteurs.

They have familiar names like judge, pleaser, and avoider, to name a few. Through journaling, you explore your saboteurs and their impact on your life. This is the first step in the name-claim-tame process.

Part two (Wed 7 April) we explore positive, replacement ways of showing up in the world! 

Colleen Jorgensen

Osteopath, Pain Care Educator, Therapeutic Pilates, Yoga, and Somatics teacher

Discover to Recover 

The Art of Pain Management

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Author, Coach, Teacher, Speaker

Befriending Time With Your Journal

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Befriending Time with Your journal

Special Guest:

Carolyn Koehnline

We are all in relationship with time. For too many of us, that relationship is strained, and that can greatly affect our quality of life. Covid-19 sequestering has brought its own time challenges.

In this workshop, Clutter Coach and Journal Therapist Carolyn Koehnline will invite you to take a fresh look at your perceptions of and patterns with time.

 

You’ll learn how your journal can help you time travel, slow down and speed up time, and invite spaciousness as needed.

 

You’ll explore ways to open the lines of communication and open the possibility of a much more collaborative and enjoyable partnership that gets better with age.

Journaling Through Transitions in Today's Circumstances

Special Guest:

Leia Francisco,
M.A., CJF, CCE Board Certified Coach

  • Understand the process of personal transitions

  • Assess your transitions related to the impact of Covid & our current times

  • Use journaling as a powerful tool to gain wisdom and new possibilities in transitions.

Leia is the author of Writing Through Transitions: A Guide for Transforming Life Changes and creator of her trademarked program Writing Through Transitions.  Her greatest joy is guiding others in transition to deeper wisdom and strength.

Design an Extraordinary Life for Your 3rd Act

Special Guest:

Denise Peterson

Our 3rd act of life can cause you to feel rudderless, bored, lonely, lost, confused, or uncertain but, you CAN move forward to more clarity, confidence, and courage.


In this episode, Denise will help you design your own version of an extraordinary life for your 3rd act by 

  • Gaining INSIGHT into trapped emotions and unlived dreams

  • INSPIRING new perspectives, ideas, and creativities, and

  • IGNITING a new way for you to show up in the world with passion, potential and purpose!

  • Then, increasing your intention and vibrational level, you can design the extraordinary life you want to live in your 50s, 60s, 70s, and beyond.

Learn more about Denise
https://www.denisepeterson.net/

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Special Guest:

Roslyn Franken

A Public Speaker, proud cancer survivor, and author of the internationally acclaimed book, Meant to Be: A True Story of Might, Miracles and Triumph of the Human Spirit dedicated to inspiring people with her parents’ and her own personal story. Her mother survived the horrors of Auschwitz and. her father survived the Nagasaki atomic bomb as a Prisoner of War in Japan. The topic of her presentation was, " Survival, Strength and Triumph of the Human Spirit." 

Befriending Time with Your journal

Special Guest:

Carolyn Koehnline

We are all in relationship with time. For too many of us, that relationship is strained, and that can greatly affect our quality of life. Covid-19 sequestering has brought its own time challenges.

In this workshop, Clutter Coach and Journal Therapist Carolyn Koehnline will invite you to take a fresh look at your perceptions of and patterns with time.

 

You’ll learn how your journal can help you time travel, slow down and speed up time, and invite spaciousness as needed.

 

You’ll explore ways to open the lines of communication and open the possibility of a much more collaborative and enjoyable partnership that gets better with age.

Journaling Through Transitions in Today's Circumstances

Special Guest:

Leia Francisco,
M.A., CJF, CCE Board Certified Coach

  • Understand the process of personal transitions
  • Assess your transitions related to the impact of Covid & our current times
  • Use journaling as a powerful tool to gain wisdom and new possibilities in transitions.

Leia is the author of Writing Through Transitions: A Guide for Transforming Life Changes and creator of her trademarked program Writing Through Transitions.  Her greatest joy is guiding others in transition to deeper wisdom and strength.

Design an Extraordinary Life for Your 3rd Act

Special Guest:

Denise Peterson

Our 3rd act of life can cause you to feel rudderless, bored, lonely, lost, confused, or uncertain but, you CAN move forward to more clarity, confidence, and courage.


In this episode, Denise will help you design your own version of an extraordinary life for your 3rd act by 

  • Gaining INSIGHT into trapped emotions and unlived dreams

  • INSPIRING new perspectives, ideas, and creativities, and

  • IGNITING a new way for you to show up in the world with passion, potential and purpose!

  • Then, increasing your intention and vibrational level, you can design the extraordinary life you want to live in your 50s, 60s, 70s, and beyond.

Learn more about Denise
https://www.denisepeterson.net/

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Special Guest:

Roslyn Franken

A Public Speaker, proud cancer survivor, and author of the internationally acclaimed book, Meant to Be: A True Story of Might, Miracles and Triumph of the Human Spirit dedicated to inspiring people with her parents’ and her own personal story. Her mother survived the horrors of Auschwitz and. her father survived the Nagasaki atomic bomb as a Prisoner of War in Japan. The topic of her presentation was, " Survival, Strength and Triumph of the Human Spirit." 

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Enormous gratitude goes out to these phenomenal women who have shared their knowledge, wisdom, and hearts. 

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Ilene Dillon

Ilene Dillon, MSW, is a Recovered Angry Person who made it her mission in life to find the answers. She has also worked 50 years as a California Marriage and Family Therapist and Psychotherapist, which has deepened and enriched her understanding of how to develop Emotional Mastery. Author of Emotions in Motion), a global speaker, and workshop leader.

Now, at 77-year-old, Ilene roams the US and Canada, full time, in her 24-foot RV.  

 

http://emotionalmasteryforlife.com/

Corinna Stoeffl

In life, we are deeply habituated to ask ourselves questions in order to get answers. Are the questions you’re asking yourself fully supporting your journaling aspirations? In her fascinating presentation, Corinna will look at different kinds of questions and the results they deliver. You might be surprised at the perspectives she offers. She will give you a greater understanding of true questions and how these will support your journaling experiences.

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Previous Guests

ENORMOUS GRATITUDE GOES OUT TO THESE PHENOMENAL WOMEN WHO HAVE SHARED THEIR KNOWLEDGE, WISDOM, AND HEARTS.

Colleen Jorgensen, D.O., Osteopath 

A Therapeutic Yoga and Pilates instructor, Pain Care Educator, and Owner of Core Basics, Centre d'osteopathie et de Pilates, Colleen shared how to manage physical pain during quarantine. https://www.colleenjorgensen.org/

Karen Lukanovich, MBA, PPCC

An Olympian who is specializing in neuroscience, spoke on balancing the "Body Budget," a triad of exercise, nutrition, and emotional health & how these speak to our brain.   https://www.karenlukanovich.com/

Danielle Silverman

Danielle is a  certified coach and professional speaking specializing in personal and professional reinvention/change/transition. She spoke to us about managing the change in the time COVID and in the aftermathhttps://www.daniellesilverman.com/

Samantha Jung-Fielding

The founder of Happinessence, a professional speaker, performance and habit management specialist, and author of Limitless Success, spoke to us from her home in New Zealand about the scale of emotional vibration & how to recognize and move up that scale.  http://www.happinessence.co.nz/

Chrystal and Faye Assee

President of Yogalogy, crisis expert, mental health practitioner, spoke to us about anger - the relationships women have with it, how to identify it, and how to address it in a healthy and productive way.    https://www.yogalogy.ca/

Laura Di Franco, MPT

The author of The Ultimate Guide to Self-Healing Techniques will speak about her book, a collection of powerful, holistic practices and tools you can do at home. You'll learn from 25 holistic health experts who specialize in unique modalities for peak mind, body, soul health and wellness. www.BraveHealer.com

Carolyn Flower

Best Selling Author of Gravitate 2 Gratitude - Journal Your Journey: Begin Within, Expert Author Mentor, CEO of Carolyn Flower International, and President of Oxygen Publishing House, Carolyn talked to us about the importance of gratitude and how to keep a gratitude journal that will light up your life & help you live in the Key of G! https://carolynflower.com/

Dr. Gita Baack, Ph.D

Author of The Inheritors: Moving Forward from Generational Trauma,  “Until a person has the opportunity to tell his or her story, they can never be completely whole." Gita will speak to us about inheriting generational trauma and how journaling can help us tell our stores. http://gitabaack.com/index.html

​Meg Salter

​A Mindfulness Coach, Executive Coach, and author of Mind Your Life: How Mindfulness Builds Resilience and Reveals Your Extraordinary, presented "Mindfulness to Build Resilience and Reveal Your Extraordinary."  https://megsalter.com/

Lois Wilkie, Psychologist

Lois has been in private practice for 15+ years, providing psychotherapy to individuals, families, and couples. She works, mostly, from an interpersonal and existential frame of reference with a belief that we all have the potential to overcome obstacles in life if given the proper support and guidance. Her fascintaing topic for us was, "Shifting Perspectives: Developing the Practice of Self-Compassion. https://ca.linkedin.com/in/lois-wilkie-ma-2bb4a356

Roslyn Franken

A Public Speaker, proud cancer survivor, and author of the internationally acclaimed book, Meant to Be: A True Story of Might, Miracles and Triumph of the Human Spirit dedicated to inspiring people with her parents’ and her own personal story. Her mother survived the horrors of Auschwitz and. her father survived the Nagasaki atomic bomb as a Prisoner of War in Japan. The topic of her presentation was, " Survival, Strength and Triumph of the Human Spirit."  https://roslynfranken.com/index.html

Jill Grumbache

The founder of Holistic Journaling presented "All About Journaling" 

Kathleen Adams

Kathleen Adams was listed (with Anais Nin and Anne Frank) as one of the three most significant influences on contemporary journal keeping.

Journaling as Anxiety Therapy: Kay shared with us in extraordinarily in-depth knowledge about journaling for health and wellness, and talk to us about her most recently published book, journaling tips & techniques with Journal Therapy for Calming Anxiety: 366 Prompts to Help Reduce Stress and Create Inner Peace

Ilene Dillon

Ilene Dillon, MSW, is a Recovered Angry Person who made it her mission in life to find the answers. She has also worked 50 years as a California Marriage and Family Therapist and Psychotherapist, which has deepened and enriched her understanding of how to develop Emotional Mastery. Author of Emotions in Motion), a global speaker, and workshop leader.

Now, at 77-year-old, Ilene roams the US and Canada, full time, in her 24-foot RV.  http://emotionalmasteryforlife.com/

Corinna Stoeffl

In life, we are deeply habituated to ask ourselves questions in order to get answers. Are the questions you’re asking yourself fully supporting your journaling aspirations? In her fascinating presentation, Corinna will look at different kinds of questions and the results they deliver. You might be surprised at the perspectives she offers. She will give you a greater understanding of true questions and how these will support your journaling experiences.

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Sunday, December 6, 2020 | 10 - 11:30 am

Journal Your Dreams,

Change Your Life

Special Guest: Pamela Cummings

Journaling helps in every area of your life, and recording your nighttime dreams – keeping a Dream Journal -  is a fascinating and powerful journaling practice.

 

Dream Journals are good for your psychological and emotional health. Dreams may help you work through your waking life’s unprocessed material and help you come to terms with situations. Psychologists believe that there is a scientific link between our minds and our behaviour; dream journaling can give insight into our mind during sleep.

 

In this episode, Pamela will share with you how dreams benefit our lives. You’ll discover the perks of journaling your dreams upon awakening and gain inspiration for recording them. Learn the different Dream Journal styles and decide what type will work best for you.

 

Plus, we’ll give a few tips to start you on your journey of learning the secret language of dreams!

Learn more about Pamela:
 https://www.pamelacummins.com/
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Sunday, January 3, 2021 | 10 am EST (7 am PST)

Greeting Wolf: Your Wild Pathfinder

With special guest: Linda Barnes

This presentation is an advanced look at Linda Barnes’ new, upcoming class on the Journalversity platform. Linda will present Wolf, the next Animal Teacher in her series.

Learn how the natural character of Wolf can inform and inspire us, as humans, to best identify our place in community, explore the edges of our comfort zone, and strengthen our connection to Spirit in our journals.

ABOUT Linda Barnes, MS, CJT*/CAPF, CJF

Linda Barnes taught her first journal writing support group in 1980 after meeting Tristine Rainer and contributing to her classic book, The New Diary.

 

She also sponsored an appearance in Denver by the author Anais Nin, with whom she corresponded for several years.

 

Linda certified as a JTTS instructor in 2001 and is on the faculty for the Therapeutic Writing Institute. She has degrees in English and psychology and is both a certified journal facilitator and a certified applied poetry facilitator.

 

Linda is a past president of the International Association for Biblio/Poetry Therapy and an active poet. Her work appears in numerous anthologies and three chapbooks. She lives in southern Oregon. 

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Sunday, November 29, 2020  |  10 - 11:30 am
Wednesday, December 16, 2020  |  7 - 8:30 pm
Writing with the Brain
in Mind

The ancient art of creating and keeping a journal meets the newer findings in neuroscience.

 

Our brains are changing all the time and we can use the knowledge of how neuroplasticity works to create and reinforce neural pathways that lead to improved well-being. And greater well-being contributes to resilience.

 

Learn how to use your pen and journal in service of your intention, attention and action and what Velcro and Teflon have to do with your brain.

 

You are never obligated to share your writing and in this episode, Deborah teaches a sharing process that preserves privacy that also adds to the depth of our journaling relationship.   

Learn more about Deborah
JOURNALVERSITY
  • Sunday, November 8, 2020 | 10 - 11:30 am
Nurturing Confidence
Special Guest: Karen Lukanovich

Self-esteem is a core identity issue, essential to personal validation and our ability to experience joy.

 

Self-esteem comes from the inside out. It means that a woman is not dependent upon anyone else to make her feel good about herself, because she already knows she’s fine just the way she is. She is confident and aware of her strengths and abilities. She wants to share them with others. She is also aware of areas needing work and growth. But that’s ok because she knows she’s not perfect, and she doesn’t have to be. No one is. She understands that we all have our strengths and weaknesses.

Conversely, a woman with low self-esteem has no control over her life. But that can change. You can get help and emotional healing.

In this episode, Karen will uncover for us the myths around women and confidence, and provide actionable strategies on what really supports nurturing our confidence.

Learn more about Denise
https://www.karenlukanovich.com/