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What We’ll Cover

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Everyone Freaks Out Sometimes: What to Do When It Happens to You

January 19, 2022 | 10-10:45am Pacific
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Life is full of potential triggers for freaking out–difficult family members, pandemic relapses, everything landing on you at once. Rather than blowing up or freezing up, you can learn how to react in a way that doesn’t fill you with regret. Instead of worrying about what you said or did wrong later, you can feel good about how you handled yourself in the moment.

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Changing Unhelpful Habits Without Shame or Self-Blame

January 26, 2022 | 10am – 10:45am Pacific Time
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Maybe you find yourself getting hijacked by overeating or over-drinking, or spending way too long in front of screens–and then feel bad about yourself. There’s a way to bring compassion to what’s behind the habits that get the best of you. Instead of beating yourself up, learn how you can get more support creating effective and lasting change so you can turn those habits around–without shame or blame.

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Being Kind to Yourself Isn't Always Easy

February 2, 2022 | 10-10:45am Pacific
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Is too much of your head space taken up with critical thoughts like feeling inadequate compared to other people? Get a powerful practice to help with the ‘negative’ (and painful) Parts that criticize you and the Parts that feel criticized. Find out how you can build more skills to help you change what causes you to be hard on yourself in the first place.

This three-part live* webinar + email series gives you powerful self-awareness skills you can put into practice right away–so you start to feel calmer, stronger, and more confident.

*And if you can’t join me live, sign up anyway to receive recordings of each webinar.

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Our Mission, Our Vision

The mission of Focusing Resources is to meaningfully contribute to personal, community, and global emotional health, with the understanding that positive emotional health impacts how fairly we treat each other, how well and quickly we recover from stress and trauma, and how wisely and collaboratively we meet the serious challenges we are all facing.