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On Yom Kippur we seek forgiveness from G-d. But asking
for forgiveness from others--and granting forgiveness to those who have wronged
us--is also a major part of the High Holiday season.
When asking forgiveness, how can we put ourselves in the
forgiver’s shoes? And how do we learn to forgive, without indicating that what
the person did was acceptable?
this workshop, led by life coach Gregg DeMammos, we will explore
these questions together and make some commitments to take on forgiveness in
our own lives prior to Yom Kippur.
Gregg DeMammos has been a Life and Relationship Coach since 2007 with a private practice where he coaches people all over the world and supports clients ranging from artists and entrepreneurs to executives and stay at home moms and dads. He specializes in helping people get out of their comfort zones and move their lives forward towards greater wealth, health, happiness and success on their own terms. Gregg has lead a meetup in the DMV-area over the last three years called The Relationship Circle, a group designed to help people better understand their relationships and themselves and transform their lives.