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Huggin’ it out

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Are YOU a hugger or a shaker?

Who knew there are over a dozen types of hugs?!

Did you know there are chemical releases from our brain when giving, receiving

or even THINKING about hugging?

Hugs and laughter are extremely effective at healing sickness, loneliness,

depression, anxiety and stress.  

Every person emits an individual energy while hugging…What’s yours?

Who knew a hug could do and say so much?

If you want to learn more about the emotional, physical and mental benefits as well as how to give and receive

(or decline) a hug join us! 

The laughter and hugs are on the house!   

May 20th, 2023  

Saturday 10am-12pm 

                   4701 Trousdale Dr.                       

 Suite 108

Nashville, TN. 37220

(Lower level)

Individual $55.00

 

Space limited to 8 

 Reserve now

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Please feel free to call Teri directly with any additional questions regarding this workshop!

615-513-2700 

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 ~ The Apple Cart ~

What the heck is it?

How did you become responsible for it?

What would life look like without it? 

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        To Be Announced...

           4701 Trousdale Dr

Suite 108

Nashville,

TN. 37220

(Lower level)

 

Individual $75.00

 Spaces limited to 6   - Reserve now

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Please feel free to call Teri directly with any additional questions regarding this workshop!

615-513-2700 

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Do you remember where your apple cart came from?

Perhaps you were young...Perhaps you were older.

 

By taking ownership of others responsibilities in an attempt to "help" - we unknowingly adopt a false sense of importance - You know, that narrative on loop in your head that says ...

* No one can do said job as well as I can.

* It's just easier if I do it myself.

* I don't want to 'bother" anyone.

*If I don't help out, it won''t get done.

 

All the while we are white knuckling this apple cart that isn't even ours. We set out on a course of self destruction, unable at some point of saying "No" because we've said "yes" so often that it's become a sense of our identity and we can fear that by saying no now will only upset others and then what?! They may not like us...They may get upset with us ... They may not NEED us anymore.

 

In our distorted attempt to help, we actually overload ourselves with not only our "to-do" list but the lists of others as well. Along the way we lose ourselves or at best our ability to 1) say no and 2) ask for help. 

If this resonates then please join us for this information, insight and a fun-filled workshop! We will be introducing a skill set that will in fact not only help you loosen that grip, but also feel pretty stinkin' comfortable saying "No" when you feel you should.  

Simple fact: When we choose “It’s okay just this

one time” over and over, we are equally responsible.

~ Establish your boundary.

~ Use clear effective communication stating it.

~ Commit to it. Feeling uncomfortable in the moment is far healthier than carrying resentment for days, weeks, months or years.

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