As a society we are now facing a high level of emotional illiteracy, which causes problems in relationships at home and at work. The reasons for it are usually completely subjective in nature and arise from a relationship between a parent and a child, where parents suppress or prohibit emotions that are unacceptable to them or encourage those that are acceptable to them. This does not allow for healthy development and can lead to various problems.

At the workshop we deal with:
• Understanding how an emotion develops;
• Recognizing and understanding emotions and their differentiation;
• How, when and where we express emotions;
• Desire and ability to talk about one’s emotions and talk about them with others;
• Understanding how your emotions affect others and how others’ emotions affect you;
• Accepting responsibility about emotions;
• Empathy and compassion;
• Self-regulation techniques;



The workshop offers support, where we look into ways of communicating in difficult situations or with significant others, who cause you distress.

The workshop covers:

• Differences between passive, aggressive and passive-aggressive communication;
• Characteristics of conscious communication;
• The structure of a sensitive conversation;
• Empathy and compassion (differences, ways of expressing);
• Linguistic tools for setting boundaries for others;
• The communication structure of saying “NO”;
• Ways of expressing “NO” depending on the content and the person you’re talking to;
• How to say what you really mean without hurting anyone;
• The difference between WHAT to say and HOW to say it;
• The influence of body language in communication;

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