Sat, Aug 24|
Lawrence Library, Meeting Room A
Let's Get Real: How to Give a Meaningful Apology
"The courage to apologize and the wisdom to do it wisely and well is at the heart of friendship, leadership, marriage, parenting, and being grounded in maturity, integrity, and self-worth." ~ Dr. Harriet Lerner
Time & Location
Aug 24, 2019, 1:15 PM – 2:45 PM
Lawrence Library, Meeting Room A, 707 Vermont St, Lawrence, KS 66044, USA
About the Event
Do you sometimes struggle with giving apologies, feeling anxious, rushed, or avoidant of the interaction?
Do your apologies not always seem to work, leaving the relationship more tense or distant?
Are you still waiting for an apology or were given one that made matters worse?
Join others like yourself in this FREE workshop to learn:
- What an apology is not
- What undermines an apology and causes more harm
- What a heartfelt apology is and how to give it
- What is needed when the hurt is deep
This workshop will be informative and supportive, giving you the opportunity to apply the information to your own relationships. You'll leave with tools and confidence to help heal the scratches and wounds that come from bumping up against one another.
See you in MEETING ROOM A (under the stairs)!
Teri Lynn Grunthaner is an Expressive Therapist based in Lawrence, Kansas. She has spent over a decade studying, practicing, and facilitating healthy relationship dynamics in her personal life and therapeutic practice (and is still learning!) Learn more about her at www.RADICAL-HEARTS.com.
This workshop is part of the free series, "Let's Get Real! Social Skills for a More Beautiful World."
Note: This event is not sponsored by Lawrence Public Library. Any views and opinions expressed are not those of Lawrence Public Library.