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I Am Enough

Just As I Am

April 23-25, 2021

How would your life change if you really knew you were enough, just as you are?

16 hours of intensive inner-healing and personal-growth work in one weekend — in collaboration with a supportive community of “sisters.” The program will feature:

    • Experiential processing
    • Inner-healing work
    • Multi-media visualizations
    • Deep connections with other women who share similar concerns
    • Facilitated work in small groups
    • One-to-one sharing

    Some people wrongly treat self-acceptance and personal growth as opposites — as if the only way to love and respect ourselves as we are now is to reject any effort to better ourselves.


    In reality, self-acceptance is in fact the foundation for building a better, happier you. American psychologist Carl Rogers famously said, “The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.”


    But how can you learn to authentically feel

    like you are enough, just as you are, when you have a long history

    of self-criticism, rejection, shame, and even trauma?

    This online intensive will go deep into exploring that question.

    We will explore 5 essential areas that determine how you experience self-worth, self-respect, and self-compassion:

    1. Your core values (what is truly most important in your life)
    2. Your inner thought life (how you think about yourself and others)
    3. Your emotions (what you authentically feel)
    4. Your behaviors (what you do; how you treat yourself and others)
    5. Your relationships (how you show up and invite or allow others to show up in your life)
    You will have opportunities to:
    1. Meet your Inner Critic. Learn how to transform her into an ally.
    2. “Rewrite” hurtful life events and the “meaning” you give them … so you become the heroine of your own story.
    3. Identify your core values and feel the importance of living in authentic alignment with them.
    4. Examine your thought life and thinking patterns.
    5. Re-examine past rejection events using “emotional self-distancing.” “Rewrite” those experiences to change their meaning.
    6. Emerge from shame through transparency, humility, courage, and support. And knowing you are not alone.
    7. Examine what is within your power to change and what isn’t. Become willing to accept and surrender things you cannot change.

    April 23 to 25, 2021


    Friday Evening

    8:00pm – 10:30pm
    U.S. Eastern time



    7 workshop hours
    (plus 2 lengthy breaks)

    Start time: 11:00am
    U.S. Eastern time

    End time: 9:30pm
    U.S. Eastern time



    6.5 workshop hours
    (plus 1 lengthy break)

    Start time: 11:00am
    U.S. Eastern time

    End time: 7:30pm
    U.S. Eastern time


    Regular Registration Rate

    Regular Registration Fee: US$225

    This equates roughly to just $15 per workshop hour!

    Deposit: US$75 holds your space

    Sponsorship Rate

    Sponsorship Rate: US$175

    If you have lost your livelihood, are Undergoing other financial hardships, or live in a country where the local currency is very low against the dollar, feel free to pay the Sponsorship Rate.

    (If you still need additional financial assistance, send an email to [email protected].)

      Deposit: US$75 holds your space

      Benefactor Rate

      Benefactor Rate: US$275

      By choosing the optional Benefactor Rate, you will cover the difference in cost of another man who wants to participate but can’t afford the full fee.

      Deposit: US$75 holds your space

      Frequently Asked Questions

      Who is invited to attend?

       All women, age 21 and up, are welcome to participate as long as they are ready to take a courageous look deep inside themselves so they can begin removing whatever is blocking them from loving and accepting themselves as fully as they could.

       This program is NOT limited to women who have previously participated in A Woman Who Lives or similar programs.

      Please invite friends, family and other women

      you think would benefit!


      Who are the program facilitators?

       The program will be facilitated by senior Woman Who Loves “staff” (volunteers) who have been facilitating our Brothers Road programs and experiential processes for women for years.


      I’ve already participated in A Woman Who Loves or similar programs. Will this be too basic for me, or repeat what I’ve already experienced?

       Not likely. While we repeatedly emphasize the importance of self-acceptance and self-worth in our A Woman Who Loves program, this is 16 hours dedicated expressly to that work. This will allow you to go deeper on this particular work than you probably ever have before.

      There may be some crossover to other work you’ve done elsewhere, but the I Am Enough processes and experiences are uniquely designed for this online intensive.


      How can experiential healing work be effective online?

      With I Am Enough, we are bringing together our great depth of experience in creating and offering intensive in-person healing workshops with our years of experience facilitating weekly online coaching and support groups.

      We think you’ll be surprised at how deep you can go with an online experience, both in your own internal work and in your personal connection with other women.


      What if I don’t find the program or this format helpful?

      As long as you give it a real chance — meaning, as long as you fully participate in at least half the program — we will gladly refund your full fee if you are not satisfied with your experience.


      Can I just listen, or else participate in just part of the program?

       No.  I Am Enough is an experiential, participatory program. No casual observers or “lurkers.” If you are not ready to fully engage and stay focused throughout the entire webinar, this is not the right program (or the right time) for you.


      Why is it for women only?

      In our experience, women are more likely to open up and be vulnerable and authentic outside the presence of men.

      (In January, we offered a separate but very similar companion program for men.)


      Will there be advance prep work?

      Some, yes. You’ll be pre-assigned to a small group and will meet online with them in advance. You’ll be asked to do a little reading, take an online assessment, and fill out some worksheets or questionnaires.


      What if I have another question?

      Email, text, or call Rich Wyler at [email protected] or 1-434-227-9346.