Letting go of toxic shame | Recovering from narcissistic abuse
In this free workshop, Mark Stubbles, a hypnotherapist, CBT practitioner, life coach, master practitioner of NLP and mindfulness, will discuss toxic shame.
After growing up in a dysfunctional family, Mark struggled with CPTSD, anxiety, dissociation, emotional flashbacks and emotional regulation.
Discover what toxic shame is:
- How it disconnects us from our emotions.
- How it makes us vulnerable to abuse.
- How it can make us feel like we don't belong.
- How it can affect our relationships.
- What to look out for so we can avoid abusers.
- How toxic shame makes us project onto others.
- How to identify a narcissistic person.
- What is narcissism?
- What creates a narcissist?
“Shame as a healthy human emotion can be transformed into a state of being. Shame takes over one’s whole identity.” - John Bradshaw.
This workshop is for you if:
- you grew up with a dysfunctional family
- you have been accused of being emotionally or mentally abusive
- you repeatedly find yourself in abusive relationships
- you struggle to assert yourself
- you worry what other people think
- you are a people pleaser
- you struggle to put yourself first
- you suffer from anxiety
- you use sex, drugs or food to numb your emotions
- you have anger issues
- you try to avoid your feelings
- you have no confidence
The workshop will include a guided meditation/hypnosis session.
Register via Meetup.