When? Mondays from 2-4pm, beginning June 3rd, 2019
Where? Morgan House, 1926 Prince Street
Cost? $20.00 (cost of the textbook/workbook) (Scholarships are available, and childcare is available upon request.)
Who? Led by Judy Helm, B.A. in English, retired teacher and paralegal. This is her third practice group offering.
What? Dr. Rosenberg identifies violent communication as any language that is not life-affirming. That would include things like “Who does she think she is, that she can date my brother.” Or “If I have to listen to him tell one more war story when we’re supposed to be planning for the big roll-out.” Or “I didn’t spend all that money on private schools so you could be a tree hugger.” If you have ever said anything like this, even if only to yourself, you can learn a new way of connecting with yourself, your family, your co-workers, and so on.
Join us as we explore this wonderful new way of connecting with people. We will read a chapter a week in Dr. Rosenberg’s book, do written exercises, and break into small groups to practice this simple process. There are fourteen chapters. And while it is simple, it is not easy. It will require honesty and a willingness to share your honesty with others in a non-judgmental way.