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Learning to Dance With Your Dark Side

Dr. Denise Fournier is the writer of a soon to be published journaling prompt workbook for people in recovery from addiction and is the former director of a 21st Century Human Potential Center. Dr. Denise shares her personal story of surviving divorce and cancer within six months of each other, which has given her a new lease on life. She also speaks about dancing with your dark side, the part of you that you may be ashamed of or hide. She addresses the question, “do you feel good enough” as many have difficulty feeling “good enough.” She speaks about some potential interventions for

Dr. Dense is a South Florida native with aspirations to be location independent in the next few years so she can travel the world and make a positive contribution to others’ lives on as large a scale as possible.  She is also offering a free thirty-minute psychospiritual coaching consultation for Taboo Talk Time listeners, which is really exciting!  You can find out more about Dr. Denise Fournier by visiting www.evergreen-therapy.com.

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Show bullets:

  • What do you mean by dancing with your dark side?
  • What does it take to own the parts of yourself that you tend to be ashamed of or resist?
  • How can people use this process to improve their relationships and what are some ways to practice doing this?
  • What are the benefits of dancing with your dark side?

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