Tue, 19 May | Online course

Never do anything to avoid shame!

Evening workshop (Stockholm time)
Registration is Closed
Never do anything to avoid shame!

Time & place

19 May 2020, 18:00 – 22:00 CEST
Online course

About the event

„Never do anything to avoid shame.“ (Marshall B. Rosenberg) This expression might seem absurd at first. Until we understand that our feelings of shame are a valuable indication of important human needs that we are struggling to meet. 

This is a evening workshop for you who want to learn from Livs explorations on the topic of shame.

Shame has an undeserved bad reputation. Maybe because it has such power to limit our living space and stimulate so many degrading thoughts about ourselves. But shame is a natural impuls that we cannot use logic to get rid of, at least in the long run.

Being able to process feelings of shame has a number of advantages, including: to dare to do what you have been longing for - to deepen relationships because you can be more authentic, open and honest - to stand up for things you previously backed away from - and communicated with greater integrity - to gain greater acceptance for yourself and not undergo attacks from your inner critic

You will get more out of the evening if you haver read her book Anger, guilt and shame, reclaiming power and choice. It is aviable in English, Swedish and German, soon in Polish and Italian aswell.

Ebook edition 

How it works?

The course is completely remotely via ZOOM (You need access to a browser or smarphone, headphones, paper and pen.

Tutorials, exercises, discussions and questions in whole groups, reflection and exercises in smaller groups (breakout groups)

You need to have a calm environment around you to focus on the course and have room for self-reflection during the course.

The opportunity to have the course recorded is offered with different tickets.

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  • Evening workshop + recording
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