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An evening with Felicity Morse

Tuesday 18th September 19:00 - 20:30 at London - Crouch End

Join us for an evening with Felicity Morse in occasion of the launch of her new book Give a F**K - A Brief Inventory of The Ways in Which You Can.

A funny, wise and practical guide to caring and compassion - also known as giving a f**k.

In life, we are often encouraged to strive for what we want - our dreams and ambitions - by walking our own individual path, autonomously and without caring what others think.

Journalist and life coach Felicity Morse believes this is untrue. Self-reliance and being ‘tough’ leaves us feeling drained, unhappy and unfulfilled. So what can we do? How can we care more, about ourselves and others, without burning out?

A unique counter to not giving a f**k, Give a F**k has one important, vital theme at its heart: compassion. In this compact and punchy guide, Felicity shares funny, wise and practical advice on:
• Why sensitivity is a superpower, and why being emotional is nothing to be ashamed of
• How to harness sensitivity and use compassion to stay engaged with yourself and the wider world
• How to nail self-love, treat yourself with care and set boundaries in relationships
• Why being self-reliant is an outdated concept, and how realising that we’re all connected ultimately leads to
greater self-awareness and fulfilment.

The event is ticketed and includes a glass of wine.
London - Crouch End Waterstones, London - Crouch End
Tuesday 18th September 19:00 - 20:30

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