March 21 Newsletter - mailchi.mp/7c07f6d25c6d/march-21-newsletter-4782940 ... See MoreSee Less
Sometimes a real book is much more satisfying than a search engine in helping me find the right word! ... See MoreSee Less
I led a day for Coventry Diocese Curates yesterday and they all got sent this pack beforehand.
Sometimes it is good to reflect not having the distraction of a screen and all that we can access on it.
We explored where we are, who we are and where we are going and I learnt so much.from their rich reflections.
I love running such days so please get in touch if you are interested. Reflection cards are available to buy at sallynash.co.uk.
Anyone want to guess how I used the Freddo as a reflection tool.
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Members - Facebook has changed notifications for ALL groups again.
They have automatically switched members of most groups to receive “Highlights” instead of “All Posts”.
This means that you will only see about one in ten posts on the groups you’re in! (Even if you’ve updated this in the past)
To change these settings go to the group page (you have to do this for every group you’re in)
1. click the 3 dots on the top right of the GROUP HOME page
2. Click Notifications
3. Change from “Highlights” to “All Posts”.
Pass on the word in your other groups. ... See MoreSee Less
It is Saturday which should be my day off but today I am working, sharing with a group of Curates in a local Diocese. A life giving invitation.
So I made sure I blocked out yesterday as a day off and fortunately Paul was able to take a half day of leave and we walked by water. Water in what was once gravel pits, now repurposed for wildlife and recreation.
I repurposed my days but made sure that I kept a day off as a week without a Sabbath for me means I am not as effective as I can be. I need that mental space to be and renew.
What repurposing do you appreciate?
#repurpose ... See MoreSee Less
Five years ago today I picked up the final version of my PhD thesis bound in my choice of colour. It represents 5 years of work but 50 years of thinking about a topic which first grabbed me after an incident at primary school.
Five years on I am still writing, thinking and teaching about shame with individuals and teams in both personal and professional contexts.
Message me if you would like to know more.
#Shame ... See MoreSee Less
Wow, 5 years ago, already!!! Time flying.
Hi Sally, is there anywhere I could read this? It looks fascinating.
Save the date! Monday 26th April we are running a morning consultation on theology for chaplaincy with children and young people! ... See MoreSee Less
Clare Soar Sarah Bardell
very up for attending this - I will look out for details!
Sounds brilliant x
Thinking about shame again
I have been asked to contribute a book chapter on shame and am thinking more about how institutions can be shaming places and how we should be honouring not othering.
These are the first books I grabbed from my shelves - anyone recommend others I should be looking at?
I am also looking at dates for some training on shame and supervision - another area I hope to write on if a book gets commissioned!
#Shame #learningtogether ... See MoreSee Less
No book recommendations but been reflecting on both of these things personally and a lot to say! ha ha ha!
It will be interesting to think about how shame is subconsciously promoted in the workplace. An example I saw recently was some missing options in drop down menus regarding sexuality and race. Are subconscious biases informing what excepted norms are?
I would want to add Shame the Power of Caring - from a therapeutic perspective by Gershen Kaufman
Would love this more of there was better representation of women! One of those random funnies I got sent... ... See MoreSee Less
Enjoying preparing a day for Coventry Diocese Curates - I have put together a little pack they are being sent - it includes this card - so important to be able to share how it feels to be us in these strange times.... ... See MoreSee Less