Join other men from NYC Men Growing Together to take part in the Conscious Conversations Men's Discussion group led by Bernie Kettle.
"The only thing we have to fear is fear itself" - FDR - First Inaugural
Address, March 4, 1933
There are many people who allow fear to drive the choices that they make, sometimes unaware that they are making fear based decisions. I know that I've done that!!
We will explore how fear can adversely affect us, including fears related to
being gay and coming out. We will also look at how we can use fear to our
advantage, and how we can reduce the impact fear has on our lives. We will
also explore how we can use and even embrace fear to our advantage.
Conscious Conversations is a fun and thought provoking monthly discussion group for those wanting to bring greater awareness and consciousness into their lives, relationships and communications.
Conversations are lively, thought-provoking and engaging. For those that want, the conversation will continue afterwards over at a local eatery.
Please bring your ideas, and your curiosity!
Join other gay men to explore these topics. Come prepared to discover something new about yourself, and to foster learning for others.
About the Facilitator
Bernie Kettle is a Certified Visionary Leadership Coach whose mission is to create a world of all possibilities by consciously and authentically speaking his truth, leading by example, and shining his light, so inspiring others to shine theirs. His passion is to help others to live into their heart's desires, and become more alive in doing so. He does this by working with people one on one, in group settings, and in community gatherings. He feels incredibly fortunate to be able to support others this way. Bernie is
a resident of Stamford CT, and originally hails from England.
Cost and How to Join in
$5 donation requested. No one turned away for lack of funds.
Please arrive on time
We create a safe, confidential and judgment free space at Conscious
Conversations to promote deeper discussion, and greater self-awareness. To
help facilitate this, please arrive by the start time of 6:30 p.m. - arrive
up to 15 minutes early to socialize and connect with others.
You can post your questions below.