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Stories of Overcoming I

Resilience Workshop

Empathic Dialogue Cafe'

Highly interactive, fostering deep connections

Consistent, nurturing a sense of belonging

Flexible, accommodating busy schedules

Design

Empathic Dialogue Cafe'

Strengthen community

Cultivate community-building skills

Inspire small actions towards positive social change

Goals

Peace by 2030

Wicked Issues

Compassion for Busy People

Building community around three transformative programs:

Empathic Dialogue Cafe'

Written Reflection (2min)

 

Write a brief response to the following question.

Prompt: 

1.For a 'Caring Mens Group': Which group value is important to you?

2.How does this value link to a pain in your life (past or present)?




Written Reflection

 

Write a brief response to the following question.

Prompt: 

What internal or external support do you have

in dark or confusing moments?

 

 

 

Written Reflection

 

Write a brief response to the following question.

Prompt: 

What internal or external support do you have

in dark or confusing moments?

 

 

 

Written Reflection

 

Write a brief response to the following question.

Prompt: 

What internal or external support do you have

in dark or confusing moments?

 

 

 

INTRODUCTIONS

 

Share briefly about yourself. (1min each)

Sharing Prompts: 

1.Your name, place

2.What is a fun fact about you?




AGREEMENTS

Share in your small group about the following prompts.

Dialogue Prompts: 

 

1. Which of the Dialogue Agreements is important to you? And why?

 

 

2. Would you like to add an element to the agreements?

 

 

SHARING YOUR STORY

Invitation: 

 

Check internally if you feel valued and respected in this group.

And if you do, Take Courage, risk vulnerability, and share openly

in order to co-create Deep Connections.

 

 

Reflection Prompt:

 

 

What touched you in these stories?

 

 

Written Reflection (2min)

Prompts*:

1.What thoughts and emotions arose?

2.How do these experiences relate to your own encounters with curiosity?

Allow yourself a quite moment to reflect, write, doodle.

*Remember, there is no right or wrong answer.

REFLECTION

Write a brief response.

Prompt: 

 

We listened to Salvador's story:

What Story of Overcoming* does it remind you of in your own life?

 

*Note: No story is too small.

IDENTIFYING YOUR STORY

Write a brief response.

Reflection Prompt: 


We listened to Salvador's story:

What Story of Overcoming* does it remind you of in your own life?


*Note: No story is too small.

CRAFTING STORIES

Draft your Story of Overcoming* through the lens of following questions.

(*Maybe focus on an aspect of your story that you could share in your small group.)

Writing Prompts: 

 

1.What was the Situation* when you overcame a difficulty?

2.What was the Process of overcoming?

3. What do you feel were the Learnings along the way?

 

(*Note: No story is too small. Maybe a moment when you overcame a fear or challenge.)

Small Group Dialogues

Share in your group about the following prompts.

Sharing Prompts: 

 

1.What touched you in Christiana's story?

 

2.Inspired by Christiana: Did you ever experience a personal struggle

that led you to a purposeful action / service?

HARVEST

Reflection Prompt:

What stays with you?

Group Sharing: 

1.Write a word in the chat

2.Share a thought about your word with the group*

(*Feel free to pass if this is not your moment;)

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