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How To Sweeten Your Self Talk?

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Saheli Support Group for Women

Do you want to connect with other Asian women in a safe and supportive women’s space?

Join us for an Open Discussion on
Wednesday November 18th, 2009 from 6.30-8.15 PM
Burlington Public Library, MA

    Topic of Discussion
“How to sweeten your Self Talk?”
Do you often talk yourself in a negative manner?
“It's ALWAYS a mess when I meet someone new”
‘”That went alright, but it wasn’t great”
“I messed up yet again”
Are you sick of that nagging little voice in your head that won't let up?

You can change who you are by changing what you say when you talk to your mind.

Come for our interesting support group and get a perspective on how to change YOU.

Contact Saheli Coordinators
Nivea at nivehere@yahoo.com
Reshma Soni at sonireshma1@hotmail.com

This is a friendly and confidential group setting, led by female coordinators, where as women we share our experiences and ideas with each other!

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