Releasing The Past: An End to Shame, Guilt & Regret
Online • July 19, 2019
If you find yourself haunted by the guilt and shame of the past, join DRIVEN’s July 19th webinar, when they’ll reveal strategies on how to release past emotions that are no longer serving you.
Friday, July 19, 2019 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM EDT
It’s in our nature to spend most of our waking hours living in the past. This, of course, prompts guilt, regret and shame. These, however, are wasted emotions, which only serve to cause isolation, loneliness, and the feeling of being “not enough”. But when recognized as life lessons and learning opportunities, both gentle and harsh, guilt and regret turn into wise learnings that lead to a healthier and more fulfilled future.
During a very special July OfficeHours, DRIVEN founder Deborah Goldstein will explore how to release emotions from the past that don’t serve us. She’ll offer enlightened insight on how to leave behind some of the extra weight that shame, guilt and regret add to our everyday burdens— something we’re not always aware of. Additionally, she’ll illustrate how despite the screams from our inner critics, these pesky naysayers can be reasoned with when we show ourselves compassion and inject a healthy dose of perspective.
The motivation for living mindfully, which means “in the present”, will be enhanced with some interesting facts about how we remember history, or more accurately, distort history, which is pliable and tricky. Join us for an opportunity to see the world a bit more clearly, accurately, and mindfully. Register by following this link.
Newsletter Opt-In: When you sign up for this event, we are going to add you to the DRIVEN distribution list so you can stay informed about our exceptional upcoming events. If your inbox is too cluttered, you can easily unsubscribe at the bottom of the next newsletter.
Interested in sponsoring this event or future events? Contact Us.
Get Introduced to the Women You Should Know
We help our members connect with specific attendees who share their industry and life experiences.