The 4-Part series where you will discover the greatest techniques to deal with criticism and become resilient to other people’s opinions.
In this powerful workshop Miriam will give you the tools to:
– Stop being affected by the cruelty and thoughtlessness of others and instead learn how to rely only on the opinion of your positive inner voice.
– Learn how to bounce back from hurtful and traumatic events so that instead of feeling depleted you feel energized to move forward.
– Discover the tools that will give you the confidence to brush off the day-to-day hurts and grievances of others.
About Dr. Miriam Adahan: Dr. Miriam Adahan’s groundbreaking approach to human emotions has revolutionized the way that the Jewish world approaches psychology. With over 15 books published in numerous languages all over the world, there is barely a home that hasn’t been touched by Dr. Adahan’s methodology. With over 40 years experience in counseling, lecturing, writing and training counselors, Dr. Adahan’s well-spring of knowledge and vast experience of the human condition cannot be duplicated. Thousands all over the world have Dr. Adahan to thank for the success of their relationships and the emotional well-being of their families. Quietly residing in the outskirts of Jerusalem, Dr. Adahan truly is the reigning expert when it comes to modern Jewish psychology.
“Miriam is amazing! It is clear that she, truly, understands, which is critical. Her methods of delivering information are outstanding! There is no question that these workshops are part of the reason she was put, here, on earth!” Tania W.
“I feel valued and understood, less alone and much less orpheline, she is like an adoptive sister for me even though we have never met before because i live in a small city in France. May Hashem bless her, she a blessing to the Jewish world.” Claire B.
“I want to thank her for her generosity and kindness, and of course, for all the amazing knowledge, wisdom and practical tools she gives us. Most of all, for her willingness to share her own personal struggles with us and her work in staying positive and connected to Hashem. I can really feel her caring for us 🙂 and feel so grateful for that!” Wendy J.