Sustainable partnerships are built on our sense of personal responsibility over our individual choices and needs. Shame and fear of punishment are what typically block us from warming taking responsibility and being held accountable in our relationships.
A lack of willingness to look at how we’ve impacted others comes from fear of having to navigate shame and how it feels- leading us to often double down on negative impact when we are asked to acknowledge it.
Accountability is often looked at through a lens of "I did something wrong" as opposed to "this is the impact and reality of my choices"
When we warm to being held accountable, we integrate the idea that it's less about correcting a “bad thing”, as much as it's about acknowledging the impact of our choices & behavior and creating new intentions that align with how we want to show up for ourselves and others.
Stepping into accountability more often provides relief, as opposed to the anxiety that comes with running from the reality of our actions. The more we build reference to accountability, the less scary it becomes.
In this workshop, we will cover:
🎥This workshop will be recorded and available for replay for after. Only ticket holders who purchased tickets prior to the end of the workshop will receive the recording. The recording cannot be purchased after the completion of the workshop.
Introducing Bear and Fifi
Bear & Fifi are New York City-based Intimacy Coaches, Community Consultants, Event Producers, and Educators. Their work challenges social binaries and standards, addresses the personal barriers that limit human connection, and offers alternative ways of relating that center consent & safety, authenticity, and personal agency on an interpersonal and communal scale. @bear.n.fifi