Politics, Religion & the Dinnertable: Having Hard Conversations
While it’s true that our individual views on immigration or climate change, our experiences of metal Illness, infertility, infidelity or our frustration about our uncle who voted for Trump might keep us quiet to the real stuff of life over a meal, it doesn’t always have to be this way.
Come explore practices that can both keep you grounded in your own truth and emotional safety and open up new pathways for authentic sharing and empathy. You’ll leave this session with new confidence for how to bring your whole self courageously into difficult conversations and know when walking away is truly necessary.
|12:00 am||Elizabeth Hagan|