Thursday, September 24, 2009

Transformation? Sign Me Up!!!


Dear Challenge Day Organizers,

Your upcoming workshop for Freshman sounds great.  What could be better than promoting healthy peer relations?  And your trust-building activities that give students a unique opportunity to see themselves and the people around them through a new set of eyes, WOW! Of special interest to me is your vision that every child lives in a world where they feel safe, loved and celebrated. 

And I love the fact that you provide them with tools and alternatives for the healthy self expression while also being challenged to let go of self limiting thoughts, beliefs, and/or emotions.

To think that your expensive award-winning program has helped to transforms the lives of hundreds of thousands of teenagers...I just have one question for you.  Why don't you offer this to the people who really need it?   






Married Couples?


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10 comments:

April said...

Too true!

Kay said...

... good point....

ReformingGeek said...

Brilliant! Maybe you should put together a program for couples. ;-)

♥ Braja said...

That would be too simple...

Hannah said...

LOL. I can definitely think of some couples who could use that workshop! ;)

unfinishedrambler said...

I don't have any "self limiting thoughts, beliefs, and/or emotions," but I think my wife does. Maybe it would be good for her. ;)

sage said...

I could have used a workshop in patience as my first memory of college was waiting in long lines to register and kicking myself that I didn't go to the little school up in the mountains, but instead decided to stay near home and go to a state school and be close to a particular female... we made it through college but not grad school...

Jen of A2eatwrite said...

Perfect - maybe you could sell them on the idea?

Jeff said...

Bite your tongue... my wife might hear you. There's only one workshop I'm interested in and that's out in my garage.

Jocelyn said...

I read all this rhetoric and thought, "Really? For teenagers? I would totally be rolling my eyes all this jizz."

But such heavy language might just convince couples in crisis that they can turn it around...