Are stress, anxiety, fear or depression preventing you from living the life you desire? Have you lost your passion for your partner, friends, family and work? Are you tired of feeling hopeless, sad, confused, angry, lethargic or lonely?
If you have turned to food, alcohol, drugs or other substances to try to avoid these feelings or tried medication that didn’t help, you may benefit from The Greatness Movement’s upcoming workshop “Healing the Hurt.”
“Healing the Hurt” will be held 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, at Ability 360, 5025 E. Washington St., Phoenix.
This interactive program will focus on solutions that don’t involve taking medication or other substances, but instead uses simple tools everyone can understand and immediately implement in their life.
During the evening, you will learn the cause of your stress, fear, anxiety or depression; discover simple solutions you can use at work and at home to help overcome these feelings; and ask questions and get advice that directly relates to your own situation.
Seats are limited, all who attend will receive a free Greatness Movement T-shirt. Tickets are available now here.
The Greatness Movement focuses on self-awareness, personal development, communication, relationships and leadership. Its mission is to give people the tools to overcome the roadblocks in their life that are preventing them from living in their inherent greatness. The program’s philosophy is that “to create personal knowledge and growth, we must overcome our hardships and the pain we have all experienced.”
According to the program, greatness is defined by “an acquisition of status by the people who have contributed to an organization, group or purpose that is greater than themselves. Greatness is always striving to be better, no matter what level of excellence you obtain. It is not just about being the best, it’s also about bringing out the best in those around you. It is defined by the deeds of people that make the world a better place through a movement.”
For more information on The Greatness Movement, visit www.TheGreatnessMovement.com.