We can feel the divide in the world - on political ideology, public health, and the environment (to name a few!)
Is there a way to learn to live together, to resolve the conflict, and to restore relationships?
My friend Kerra Bolton is an outstanding journalist & author who has worked as a freelance writer for CNN and is a winner of the NY Times Award for Outstanding Journalism.
This week, I invited Kerra to discuss the impact of building community through restorative practices.
We are diving into her take on how to build restorative communities and her journey to writing her book. She shares some tips on how to work through violations or ruptures within a community, some powerful learning and what the process of a true restorative practice looks like.
You don’t want to miss her refreshing take on the way politics is evolving and playing a role in our culture, and how we can minimize divides through these restorative practices.
You know how much we love talking about growth and change on this show - come learn something with me, she has a lot to share!
Listen to episode 404 now!
For full show notes and links to all the resources and books mentioned in this episode, go to https://untameyourself.com/podcasts/404
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