Self-Worth and Assertiveness tickets

Marmalade On The Square in Wakefield

Saturday 27th October 2018

9:30am til 8:00pm (last entry 10:00am)

Minimum Age: 16

AREAS COVERED WILL INCLUDE: Self-awareness; understanding yourself and others; respect for yourself; learning to receive, accept.

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Self-Worth and Assertiveness on Saturday 27th October 2018

Your Self-Worth & Confidence Training©

With this basic workshop , you are offered the possibility of becoming more aware of choices and options in your life, enabling you to HELP YOURSELF in accepting yourself and your WORTH as well as accepting the WORTH of others. There is potential to enhance your everyday relationships and quality of life.
AREAS COVERED WILL INCLUDE: Self-awareness; understanding yourself and others; respect for yourself; learning to receive, accept, respond to and give compliments; how to improve communication and enrich relationships; as well as building up confidence.
Did you know that your assertive rights are:
№ 2: The right to say no and not feel guilty
№ 5: The right to change your mind
№ 8: The right to ask for information
№ 9: The right to make mistakes
This course involves theory, learning new skills, opportunities to share personal experiences and participation in structured exercises which will ENABLE YOU to relate the concepts you learn to REAL LIFE SITUATIONS.
Below, we expand into some of the Self-Worth Rights:
№ 3.
To value your WORTH is a willingness to know not only what you think, but also what you feel, what you want, need, desire, suffer over, are frightened or angered by – and to accept the right to experience such feelings. The opposite of this attitude is denial, disownership, repression and self-punishment.
№ 10.
To value your WORTH is to know that of all the judgements you pass in life, none are as important as the one you pass on yourself, for that judgement touches the very centre of your existence.
№ 11.
To value your WORTH affects virtually every significant human experience. From the level of our self-esteem, to the kind of person we are likely to fall in love with,
to the ambitions and life goals we are likely to set ourselves, and to what it intimately means to be a human.
№ 20.
To value the self is to know that you are worthy (or prepared to increase your worth) of an emotional self-fulfilling love attachment with a man or woman that reflects a high regard for the value of each other’s person. You will also come to understand that real romantic love is for grown-ups!

P.S. Have you heard these words: 'He's not Worth it'.

Have you heard these words: 'She's not Worth it'.

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