Healing SHAME:

How to Face Mistakes So You Can Feel FREE

A 90-Minute Zoom Webinar with Anna Runkle

Some shame is dumped on you by other people, and dents your confidence, even though you know you did nothing wrong. Some shame is caused by actions you regret. Either way, carrying shame burdens your life and keeps you from freely pursuing a fulfilling life. 

 In this webinar I walk you through a process to identify "free-floating" vs. "earned" shame, including steps to set things right in your life and release the judgment of others that holds you back. 

Includes 30-Minute Q&A with Anna answering questions from webinar participants.

Price: $45

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A sense of shame often clings people who grew up abused and neglected: You don't have to carry this burden any longer.

Acknowledge parts of your life that trigger shame

I'll teach you to discern where others have shamed you, vs. where you feel ashamed of yourself and the things you've said or done.

Learn the steps to resolve your regrets, and release self-attack

Once you know how to face mistakes and repair relationships, your shame will lighten and make it easier to release old programming that you're "wrong" and "bad."

Get your questions answered in Q&A session with me.

We'll have plenty of time for me to take questions from individual participants about your particular goals and obstacles.

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Meet Anna Runkle

Anna Runkle leads a movement to help people worldwide to heal trauma symptoms and change their lives -- whether or not they have access to professional help. More than 500,000 people subscribe to her YouTube channel, blog, courses and coaching programs, where she teaches the principles and techniques she has used to recover from her own Childhood PTSD. Her approach includes simple, self-directed exercises to calm emotional triggers and neurological dysregulation, and to begin changing the self-defeating behaviors that are common for people who have lived much of their lives dysregulated. She lives with her husband and two sons in the San Francisco Bay Area.