2020 - A YEAR OF DISCOVERY
Summer Weekly Reading
When Pleasing You is Killing Me
Are you one who likes to keep the peace even when it comes at a high emotional price for yourself? Do your attempts to resolve differences with a controller leave you feeling wrung out and discouraged? Do you sense that your best traits (goodness, kindness, cooperation) somehow become a disadvantage with an overbearing counterpart?
The coronavirus pandemic has hit the world and thrown everything as we have known it, upside down. In response to act responsibly, we met online for our first online group meeting. If you have a friend who you think would like to join us online as we continue to support and encourage one another, please click on the link below and send them that link to subscribe to our online events.
APRIL - NOVEMBER
Throwing Down Fear-Based Thoughts
A lively conversation online that allowed us to update one another on how we were doing during the mandatory lockdown revealed several magnificent insights and nuggets about surviving and thriving during this pandemic.
Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway
Perfect for not only the times we are living in now but as a guide on how to conquer unnecessary fears and false beliefs that prevent you from living a whole and healthy life filled with joy.
DECEMBER - Cognitive Dissonance
What Are The Signs You Might Be Experiencing Cognitive Dissonance?
Signs you might be experiencing cognitive dissonance include:
- General discomfort that has no obvious or clear source
- Feeling conflicted over (a disputed subject matter
- People saying you’re being a hypocrite
- Being aware of conflicting views and/or desired but not know what to do with them (SOURCE)
Cognitive dissonance comes from two opposing beliefs in your mind – that exist at the same time.
it’s bad enough when confronted with the need to break a bad habit. But what happens when someone else is doing something to cause you to be conflicted and traumatized by opposing beliefs? How is that possible? First, we’ll look at what it is to experience cognitive dissonance and learn how it can affect our health and life decisions.
Join us on Tuesdays to learn more about toxic relationships and terms such as gaslighting and how that perpetuates cognitive dissonance.