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Confrontation talkin’




What’s your relationship with confrontational situations? Do you shy away? Do you avoid them? Do you fear them? Do you start them… on purpose 🙂 ? 




Most of us have probably, at some point in our lives, have been unfriended, ghosted or blocked by a certain special someone – or we’ve done the same to them just to avoid the excruciating pain of confrontation. Whatever your feelings and views about confrontation are, have you ever tried to see it as a learning opportunity?




Confrontations can be a huge gift, depending on how we approach them. What does the situation teach me about myself, what does it teach me about the other person and what does it teach us about our relationship? How can we manage the problem that resulted in this confrontation without compromising our relationship? Does confrontation start only from our rash impulses or can it be meticulously planned to serve its and our purpose? 




On a very basic human level, why is confrontation important? 




Pff… So many questions!? Join us for the first talkin’ vienna in 2020 to find out some answers – or confront us! We’re sure to start this year head on.


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talkin’ is an event series focusing on personal development and social adventures. We believe that the best way to grow as a person is to go out of your comfort zone, and have fun along the way. You don’t think that’s possible? Come and join us and see for yourself! The english speaking group invites internationals in Vienna, but also Austrians who enjoy speaking english.

Maximum participants: 25 people. Please only attend if you register here.

We are a group of people who organize monthly Social Adventures, everyone is free to join. This group will be held in English, please respect each other and speak English only. In case you are looking for the german group in Vienna you’ll find the events here: http://www.talkin.org/wien

your lovely talkin’ vienna team �

talkin’ is a non-profit organisation, that is organized by amateurs and non-professionals

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