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Getting What You Want & The Art Of Saying No. May 4th, 18:30 at CREM.

Getting What You Want & The Art Of Saying No.  Establishing Healthy Boundaries.

  • Do you struggle to say “no?”
  • Do you neglect your needs for others?
  • Is it important that people like you?
  • Are you a people-pleaser?
  • Do you agree with others when in reality you disagree?
  • Do you want to disconnect from a toxic relationship?

Well this seminar might be for you!  During this lively presentation, U.K. psychotherapist and leadership coach Gavin Sharpe will share his top tips for learning how to say no, and leaving those people pleasing tendencies behind. Research shows that the more difficulty we have saying no, the more likely we are to experience stress, burnout, and even depression. In fact, stress shrinks the brain. (Does that explain your partner?!) Setting personal boundaries is one of the most essential tools for healthy living. It also happens to be one of the hardest tools to deploy.

The digital age has blurred our boundaries. For example, more of us work from home, at least some of the time. Our work phones are often the same as our private phones. Basically, life today is complicated. The need to have healthy boundaries for healthy living is key.

So come along and learn the art of saying no and the skill in setting healthy boundaries.  You won’t leave disappointed and you might leave a little wiser!  Don’t attend to please me!  Come to please yourself.  🙂

This event is free for CREM members and €25 for non-members. Places are limited. To reserve your place please e-mail: info@crem.mc 

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Buddha

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Maya Angelou

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Albert Einstein

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Joseph Campbell

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Socrates

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Carl Jung

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Carl Rogers

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George Bernard Shaw

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