Groups

Groups are run usually two times per year. Watch for our 2022 dates!!

Daring Greatly, by Brené Brown

As human beings, we have a fundamental need for connection, love, and belonging. Yet, we fear rejection and are afraid we’re not good enough. We try to hide our vulnerabilities, only to create a greater disconnect with our families, communities, and work. Based on 12 years of research, Dr. Brené Brown explains the concept of vulnerability, and how embracing it can change how we live, love, lead and interact with others, to bring wholehearted living and fulfilling connections.

Rising Strong, by Brené Brown

Rising Strong describes a 3-phase process of bouncing back from failure, which you can implement both in your own life and as a team or company, in order to embrace setbacks as part of life, deal with your emotions, confront your own ideas and rise stronger every time.

The Gifts of Imperfection, by Brené Brown

The book explores the theory and practices behind “Wholehearted living”: a concept Brown devised after years of research into shame, vulnerability, and self-worth. According to Brown, living Wholeheartedly will help you to cultivate worthiness: the conviction that you are good enough as you are and that you deserve to be loved.

In this guide, we’ll explore how Brown conceives worthiness and shame and how her approach to these topics compares to her contemporaries' work. Furthermore, we’ll discuss Brown’s 10 strategies for living Wholeheartedly.

Dating Radar, by Bill Eddy & Megan Hunter

Dating Radar: Why Your Brain Says Yes to "The One" Who Will Make Your Life Hell

Why do so many of us commit to the wrong person – maybe more than once? Most believe that attraction and compatibility are the keys to relationship success when, in reality, these are red flags in 15-20% of the population

When it comes to love, the brain is irrational and shortsighted. We make decisions based on incomplete information, biased understanding, and strong emotion. Love truly is blind. That's why you need dating radar—it gives you a way to detect hazards you might otherwise miss by recognizing:

  • warning signs of certain personalities that can spell love relationship danger

  • ways that they can jam your radar (deceive you)

  • where your own blind spots might be

Attorney, mediator, and social worker Bill Eddy and relationship expert Megan Hunter equip readers to see through the blinding haze of new love and spot potential toxic relationships before it’s too late!

Amanda and Brené Brown

Our Team with Jody Carrington