Letting Go of Resentments- August 2016

Letting Go of Resentments

 Addiction.  It affects so much of how we live.  It’s natural to have some negative feelings about how life has been affected and changed.  Resentments do not have to be deep seated relationship destroying experiences.  Sometimes a resentment is that seemingly little thing that we are upset over even after some time.  We hold on to that anger and negative feeling for a reason.

Bigger resentments can also be incredibly powerful, devastating, and halting.  They are the things that hold us down and often keep us from moving forward in our lives and relationships.  While we so desperately want to let go, it can sometimes just be so hard.

This 5 week session is designed as an outlet to explore our resentments from the little stuff to the devastating. We are going to look at why we hold on to our resentments and how holding on has both served us and hindered us.  We’ll gain an understanding of what letting go means and look at our readiness to move through the resentments. Practicing specific tools, we will work to move towards acceptance, change, regaining our personal control in the situation, and if ready, forgiveness.

When:             Wednesdays August 10, 17, 31 and September 7 and 14 at 5:00-6:15pm

Where:            502 Court Street

Small Conference Room (Just stop in to the front desk)

Utica, NY 13502

Contact:          Ambi Daniel 768-2665, adaniel@cflrinc.org

Posted by Ambi Daniel