Sat, Oct 22|
Jealousy From the Inside - Tips for dealing with Jealousy, Part 1
If you are currently struggling with jealousy, or if you are more prone to experiencing jealousy than you think you ought to be, this workshop is for you.
Time & Location
Oct 22, 2022, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM PDT
About the Event
PART 1 This is part one of a two part series on Jealousy in relationships. The second part - Jealousy from the Outside - is on Saturday, November 19.
In Part 1 of this series, we focus on jealousy from the inside (when you are experiencing it), while Part 2 focuses on how to deal with jealousy from the outside (when someone you care about is feeling jealous). You can attend both classes, or just one.
PART 1 If you are currently struggling with jealousy, or if you are more prone to experiencing jealousy than you think you ought to be, this workshop is for you.
Jealousy has developed a bad reputation in all types of relationships: in open relating and monogamy, but it is a perfectly normal human response and can be a great teacher. In this class, you’ll learn how to develop a better relationship with the various emotions that make up the core of the jealous response. In addition to discussing practical strategies for engaging with jealousy in more productive ways, we’ll do a deeper dive, tackling some of the unhelpful personal beliefs and societal narratives that may be causing unnecessary suffering in your relationships.
YOUR HOST Tanya Jarvik (https://radicallyrooted.com) lives in Portland, Oregon. She is a self described relationship radical who believes in a DIY (do it yourselves) approach to relationships. She knows that consciously created relationships can be extremely rewarding, and they can also be extremely challenging!
She helps people: • Build stronger, more resilient connections • Become less possessive and more cooperative, without sacrificing emotional well-being or autonomy • Understand and take responsibility for your own emotions • Effectively communicate your needs and wants • Navigate the sometimes confusing discourse on alternative relationship choices, including open marriage, polyamory, swinging, ethical non-monogamy, relationship anarchy, and being “monogamish” • Find creative solutions to incompatibilities between you and your partner(s) • Embrace the inevitable changes that occur in all relationships, and make any necessary transitions with courage and grace • Create sustainable relationship networks based on consent rather than coercion
CLASS SCHEDULE: We'll begin our time together with introductions. Tanya's presentation will include time for discussion.
COST Free for accessibility or contribute as you are able on this sliding scale: $5 $15 $25 per person.
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