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This day comes at the time of year when the shops are full of the roses and hearts of romantic love... but maybe there is more to understand about love? How do I do i tell someone I love them in NVC?, And how do I receive love offered to me? sometimes harder than we can imagine. Marshall Rosenberg made a distinction between love as a need and love as a feeling and we will explore more about what he meant, "Do you love me?" "When?" Marshall B. Rosenberg Come join us for a day to explore love. What does it mean to you? What does it mean to say I love you? And what on earth is self love?. Whether you are in a relationship or not, all welcome with some experience of NVC. Venue on Booking- central Edinburgh. £80 per day is the requested amount, what you pay is open to discussion. Info and booking: info@shonacameron.com

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Valentine's Day and Love......This day comes at the time of year when the shops are full of the roses and hearts of romantic love... but maybe there is more to understand about love? 

How do I do I tell someone I love them in NVC?, And how do I receive love offered to me? sometimes harder than we can imagine. Marshall Rosenberg made a distinction between love as a need and love as a feeling and we will explore more about what he meant,

"Do you love me?"

"When?" 

Marshall B. Rosenberg

Come join us for a day to explore love. What does it mean to you? What does it mean to say I love you? And what on earth is self love?. 

Whether you are in a relationship or not, all welcome with some experience of NVC.

Venue on Booking- central Edinburgh. £80 per day is the requested amount, what you pay is open to discussion. Info and booking: info@shonacameron.com

Fun Fact The St. Valentine who inspired the holiday may have been two different men.
Officially recognized by the Roman Catholic Church, St. Valentine is known to be a real person who died around A.D. 270. However, his true identity was questioned as early as A.D. 496 by Pope Gelasius I, who referred to the martyr and his acts as “being known only to God.” One account from the 1400s describes Valentine as a temple priest who was beheaded near Rome by the emperor Claudius II for helping Christian couples wed. A different account claims Valentine was the Bishop of Terni, also martyred by Claudius II on the outskirts of Rome. Because of the similarities of these accounts, it’s thought they may refer to the same person. Enough confusion surrounds the true identity of St. Valentine that the Catholic Church discontinued liturgical veneration of him in 1969, though his name remains on its list of officially recognized saints.