Why We Sweat the Small Stuff and Avoid What Matters
stress is stopping you
from becoming the person, partner, and parent you were created to be
When I was in graduate school at Fuller Seminary
I had a mentor named George. George was well into his 70's when I met
him, and with 50 years of a really great marriage under his belt, he was
as wise and energetic as anyone I had ever met.
Well one day George said to me,
was in a men's group that used to met at Denny's. And I got so used to
the coffee there, that if you blindfolded me in a random place, and put
their coffee in front of me, I'd recognize it right away. I can spot
their coffee because of its consistent mediocrity."
Well settling for consistently mediocre coffee is one thing
(though I don't recommend it), but settling for consistent mediocrity in our relationships is far far worse. And one
of the biggest reasons we end up settling is because we have adopted
the routine of sweating the small stuff and avoiding what matters.
How to sign up: If you or any of your clients are interested in attending, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 708-528-7025.
Cost: $20 which includes a box lunch
When: Saturday November 2nd 10:30-12:30
In this interactive workshop Stephan Gombis, MSMFT, LCPC and Dr. Daniel Zomerlei, DMFT we will be addressing:
1) how stress impacts our physical/emotional health,
2) how it impacts our relationship with God, and
3) how it impacts our relationships with our partners and kids
4) and what we can do to stop settling and start being proactive
Who: Couples or single adults interested in exploring how stress and fear can limit the legacy they leave as people, partners and/or parents
What: This is a 2 hour interactive workshop, seminar and luncheon
Where: Cornerstone Building 1111 N. Wells Ave. Room 100 Chicago, IL 60610