Friends strengthen us and provide a shield against the hardships life brings.
When faced with life’s challenges, problems, disappointments, setbacks and tragedies people naturally look for ways to cope. Common coping mechanisms such as pharmaceuticals, substance abuse and retreat to isolation and safety can aggravate the problem, though a person is simply looking for a shield from the hurt. On the other hand, friendship can be that shield in a healthy way. But successful friendships need consistent nurture and attention in order to be the effective shield during hard times.
In this webinar you will learn…
- Ten traits to being a good friend
- The anatomy of TRUST
- Importance of connection in life satisfaction and longevity
- Difference between Karpman Drama Triangle and The Empowerment Dynamic
Benefits of attending this webinar…
- Learn qualities of being a better friend
- Understand the importance of vulnerability in friendships
- Raise your vibration to attract more nurturing friendships
Who is Annie Emprima-Martin?
Annie Emprima-Martin, Spiritual Empowerment Facilitator, MHsM, CSLC, QHHT Practitioner (Masters degree in Metaphysical Humanistic Science and Certified Spiritual Life Coach), is a mom, women veteran, spiritual empowerment coach, Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique practitioner, startup investor and service disabled veteran business owner. Annie’s trialities are veterans, entrepreneurs, and spiritual empowerment.
She coaches spiritually guided startups, business professionals, executives, and other individuals to clear out old rules and blocks, remove trapped emotions, align beliefs with business/work, and intensify natural and spiritual gifts (‘the superpowers’). She is a tour guide/facilitator (QHHT practitioner) with Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique where physical injuries, beliefs, and trapped energies can literally be cleared out so healing and spiritual gifts can be brought in.
Annie served from Feb 2008 to Feb 2017 in the Nevada Army National Guard. She was deployed to Kuwait in 2016, traveling to cities in Jordan, Iraq and Qatar during the deployment. At the time, she served as finance support operations for the 17th Sustainment Brigade. She was responsible for money as a commodity on the battlefield, conducting vault audits on U.S. and foreign currency at installations throughout the Middle East.
Annie is one of 5 women veteran members statewide serving on the State of Nevada’s Women Veteran Advisory Committee. She is also a member of the VA Southern Nevada Healthcare Systems Veteran and Family Advisory council, Southern Nevada Veteran Community Engagement Board, Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, and mentor for StartUpNV.
Her spiritual gifts – high intuition and the ability to intensify strengths and weaknesses in others – started unlocking during her deployment. It has become a mission of hers to work with entrepreneurs and business professionals in her community to awaken to their own strengths, abilities, and life purpose through her coaching company, One Intuitive Catalyst. For more information, visit her on Facebook or Instagram @One.Intuitive.Catalyst.
The Armor that Protects Us
Based on the book: The View From My–SHIPS
noun: armour; noun: armor
1. the metal coverings formerly worn by soldiers or warriors to protect the body in battle. “knights in armor“
1. provide (someone) with emotional, social, or other defenses.
HOW DO YOU DEFINE FAMILY?
“Family should be the place where you can be your most complete self.”
Oprah Magazine, March 2019
Destructive vs. Constructive Relationships
Karpman Drama Triangle vs. The Empowerment Dynamic
Gives away power vs. ownership of power
Blames vs. evokes actions
Takes power away vs. empowering
Ten Ideal Traits of Deep Friendships
Anatomy of Trust by Brené Brown
Ebb & flow
Listen with empathy
Listen to understand
Notice when something is off
5. JUST BE
Low to no drama
KDT vs. TED
Friendship & Vulnerability | TSOL commission
6. HOLD SPACE
Admit to envy, jealousy, insecurity
Strong enough to handle the narrative
Power of hugging
Most intimate connections
The Good Life: Lessons from Longest Study on Happiness (Condensed Talk)
Robert Waldinger | The Good Life: Lessons from Longest Study on Happiness (Condensed Talk)
5:1 Golden Ratio
Annie Emprima-Martin, MHs.D.
Personal Development Coach