Uniquely U: Unpacking Emotions and Appreciating Strengths
REGISTRATION CLOSES WEDNESDAY 24 APRIL 2019
Recognise your unconscious. See the continuing influences. Make a change to get yourself where you want to be.
Join Brave Spaces in a fun and thought-provoking workshop on personal inspirations, preoccupations, beliefs, and how our childhoods have influenced us into who we are today.
We will seek to discover and understand our selves, and move into a new stage of personal empowerment.
An intergenerational panel of women from their 20s to their 50s will share their life stories and aspirations, and a Q&A will be open to all.
Getting to know your unique self
What is a life script
How did we get to who and where we are today
Stages of life development
Intergenerational panel: appreciating intergenerational strengths
Wrap up and goodbye
WHAT IS A LIFE SCRIPT?
Are our lives predetermined from a young age?
Or are we able to make the best of what we are given, and positively shape our future?
Growing up, we receive many messages about who we are, who other people are, and what our community and society are like. As a result, we make certain choices and form certain beliefs in response.
Learn what this may mean about our views of people and situations in adulthood, and what actions we can take moving forward.
Our program will begin on time. Participants are highly encouraged to be punctual. Every part of the program is important and we are running a tight ship on event day.
We look forward to meeting you. Click on the button on your right to sign up now!
ABOUT A GOOD SPACE:
This event is co-hosted with A Good Space – where changemakers flourish as a community to imagine and create experiences that expand perspectives across diverse social issues.
From Poverty Simulations to a Feast with Seniors, come learn about a wide range of social issues through innovative activities. To learn more and join the community, visit their website at: agoodspace.org
Note: A Good Space welcomes diverse views and supports this event because it is open to the public. We expect participants to display civility and respect to each other if they choose to attend the event.
- The event description was updated. Diff#428866 2019-04-24 01:38:20