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I'm excited for my workshop on the 29th. It's so nice to sit and share without fear of judgement from others. It's the fear of what other might think of our life that keep many of us stuck. I felt as if we formed a sisterhood at our last workshop. There were tears shed, laughter shared, and support for each other. Like the song says, "We all need someone to lean on."

We begin with an oath stating that everything said is confidential.  Second, we place some boundaries. We all have our own imaginary hula hoop which no one is allowed to climb into. It's our personal space. This keeps everyone respectful of each other.

The upcoming workshop will be on loving ourselves. I'm not talking about loving yourself in an egotistical way. I'm talking about learning your identity and loving yourself for who you are.
It sounds easy enough, but this is a huge struggle for most people.

My workshops are open to teens, men and women. I am giving a free Murraytalk T-shirt if you bring a friend...Hope to see you!


The most powerful relationship you will ever have is the relationship with yourself -  Steve 
Maraboli

Peace, Love & Hugs!


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