About This Event
“No” gets a bad rap sometimes.
Some people think in order to be considered a good or nice person, one must say yes to the needs of others.
There is a reason why in development there is a whole phase devoted to the word “NO”.
In most cases, a clear “NO” coming from a place of certainty and presence is exactly the boundary, the container, the starting off point that is needed to make decisions and have clarity.
Sometimes “NO” is the most compassionate and loving thing you can say to others as well as yourself.
If you are someone who struggles with setting boundaries, just being able to say “NO”, or feel like your “NO’s” are not taken seriously by others, or if you have any challenges around this word, we will explore and reorganize your learning around this starting from a neurological perspective.