“Meaningful connection is formed when we bravely share our truth.”
We live in the most technologically connected period, and yet we are lonelier than ever. Feeling lonely is not something wrong. But when it is treated as a taboo or as something "not supposed to feel", then it generates more negative feelings, such as shame, guilt, which result to less self-confidence and more self-defeating beliefs and behaviors, and hence more loneliness (vicious circle).
Human connection is powerful.
In a world of hashtags and followers, genuine connection is what we crave for.
You see, back then before raise of social media, people weren’t so concerned about what other people say.
Back then a friendship is a single-layer system—you came into mutual agreement with someone to become friends, and that’s it. Nowadays, it’s a multi-layered system.
Do you find it hard to build a stable network?
Do you feel terrified when you are invited to parties?
Did you just landed to a new country and you are lost on the “how to”?
Let's change that.
In this workshop you will learn...
This workshop will give you the useful insights and the mental tools you need in order to understand and defeat loneliness.
In this workshop, you will learn how to:
-identify feelings of loneliness and find their cause
-not judge yourself for feeling different than others
-understand why communication skills are important
-explore the barriers in feeling connected
-learn important tools in order to practice your own social skills.
-build a sense of belonging and acceptance
-become your own closest friend and connect with others in a more deep and authentic way
-increase your resilience and your self-compassion
-turn your emotional wounds into strengths
But not only that!
-You will gain back your confidence and enjoy more your social life but also you won't be afraid of your alone time!
LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE - REGISTER NOW
Useful Information & Registration
FEES: from 90€ (students prices apply also!)
(INCLUDING: Handouts & Coffee/tea/nibbles)
PLACE: Koninginnegracht 101, The Hague