Free Workshop: Introduction to Healthy Boundaries for Kind People
I'd like to have you over for appetizers and drinks. Wine or tea, your choice. Because I want to help.
I want to help you, a kind person, understand that your kindness is your superpower.
I want to give you a new framework that honors your kindness while curating and tending healthy boundaries.
I want to give you tools to put to immediate use, so you can tend these boundaries with greater ease, comfort and so they feel good.
And then I'll tell you how you can take this work further and in greater depth to completely change how you feel about and handle boundaries. I'm not going to spend too much time on that part. You can read about it here, but I'll give you the big picture and answer any questions. But you'll get a taste of what this work is all about.
And I'll give away a spot in the course to someone on the call. Yes. I. Will.
Come to my Introduction to Healthy Boundaries for Kind People Workshop. It's free. And it will be a stand alone class. You'll get personal insight, what I'm told is a radical new way of looking at boundaries, and you'll get tools and skills you can put to use immediately.
Due to demand, I've added an additional workshop time!
Register below to join me (or get the recording) on Tuesday, January 28th at either 10AM or 3PM PST.
The workshop will be about an hour long. You'll get a playbook to follow along with and fill out, too. And you'll need to bring a pen, an envelope and a piece of paper. (The suspense!)
It's a Spreecast. You can watch me talk, teach, lead you through some activities, and the like, while you sip your wine or tea. (Or you can just listen in on the phone.)
You also get to be part of the Healthy Boundaries for Kind People Facebook group to continue the conversation after the workshop.
I know boundaries can be tricky for kind people. I know that kind people often feel like boundaries are unkind. They're not. The thing is, for kind folks to move forward with boundaries, the boundaries, the tools, must feel kind.
I also know that when you're not sure what to do, you may not do it very well. That's why I'm teaching skills. The truth is I love this stuff! And I'm good at it, too.