Traumatic events, crisis, death, divorce or breaking away from long-term relationships with narcissists or less-than-loving others can leave you feeling lost.
After a period of chaos, you may feel disoriented and not know who you are without the drama. The aftershock of post-traumatic stress, adrenaline rushes and unpredictable outbursts of emotions can leave you feeling like you’re “losing it.” And if you’re truly growing, you will lose your old identity. Maybe you were a codependent over-giver. Maybe you were a silent partner, upholding a family ideal at the loss of yourself. Although losing the “old” identity can feel frightening, it’s also the precipice of a new and real you.
In this retreat, you’ll learn:
- Ways to “be” with your thoughts, feelings and experiences without criticism, denial, dismissing, repressing, and addictive behaviors.
- Ways to nurture the best of you and come out of hiding.
- How to open up and share what’s true for you.
- What you want, need and what’s best for you.
- Ways to prioritize you in healthy ways, and mitigate or release compulsive guilt or shame.
- Ways to be courageous and do what’s best, despite what others say.