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World United Women (WUW)

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Let us get together and make a difference to...

  • Overcome adversity
  • Achieve our dreams
  • Make a positive difference in our communities
  • Regain our health
  • Achieve more than we ever hoped possible

World United Women is a non-profit 501c organization dedicated to empowering women and girls through various educational channels to assist them to overcome the obstacles that have held them back from achieving their highest potential. WUW achieves this by providing women with guidance on how to conduct self-inventory, identify their potentials and strengths, set their values, standards and goals, and, most importantly, how to plan, carry out and commit to their intentions.

At World United Women, we network with other women from all over the globe, and from all walks of life, who have already overcome their obstacles and want to help other women do that same.

Join our exciting organization of women from around the world who volunteer their expertise to help and lift up other women in need. As women are so intricately connected to the aspect of family, WUW is also committed to the needs of children.

We offer special events, networking and connections to women's organizations around the world, so there is always a need for your expertise! Please join World United Women and share your knowledge with women who desperately need it. There is a woman out there who needs your guidance. If women don't help women, who will?

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“It is only when we have the courage to face things exactly as they are without any self-deception or illusion, that a light will develop out of events with which the path to success may be recognized.”


Join us for this workshop and support group for those who like to manage issues to revitalize themselves and recreate their lives in a powerful way, as you manage issues related to Loss, Separation, Divorce, or other life changing events, and move toward creating a new chapter in your life. You will learn:

• Self-awareness and emotional support through difficult times.

• Rediscover your ability to recreate a fulfilling life through finding purpose.

• Rediscover joy, inner-serenity and personal power in your life once again.

• Return to equilibrium through self-enhancement and self-actualization.

• Increased relaxation and energy.

  • Restore balance of mind & body.

• Rediscover intimacy and closeness and new ways to connect with others.


The ability to tolerate and accept stress is an essential mental health goal for at least two reasons:

First, pain and distress are a part of life. They cannot be entirely avoided or removed. The inability to accept this immutable fact itself leads to increased pain and suffering.

Second, Distress Tolerance, at least over the short run, is part and parcel of any attempt to change oneself. Otherwise, impulsive actions will interfere with efforts to establish desired changes that include:

  • Reduced stress and anxiety
  • Increased relaxation and energy
  • Enhanced creativity and attention
  • Restored balance of mind & body
  • Improved mental and physical performance


The concept of mindfulness comes from Eastern (Zen) meditation and spiritual practices, as well as some Western ideologies.

Mindfulness means being in the present, being aware of what is happening and what you are doing, observing what is going on, participating fully in what is going on around you.

It is a skill that is practiced and learned throughout Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), little bit by little bit. By learning to live in the present, you can have a life that is more in tune with your feelings and your activities.


A workshop to improve social and communication skills as well as enhancing self-esteem.

  • How do we define ourselves in the way we interact, communicate, and connect with others?
  • How can we become more expressive or become more effective in our expressions?
  • How do we improve our self-image and create more satisfying relationships?

These questions and many more are explored and answered in a supportive and understanding space by using educational and experiential approaches with group facilitators and members working together.



Learn to improve your performance and learning capabilities through mindfulness training.

As students, no matter what we’re studying, it’s guaranteed that at some points during our course, whether undergraduate or postgraduate, we will have to face situations which involves periods of stress and/or anxiety. Like when writing papers, performing on stage, or run up to examinations, and we will need high levels of cognitive control, emotional regulation and self-awareness for successful performance on such situations.

The problem is stress and anxiety actually reduces our aptitude for learning and successful management and completions of these tasks

and challenges and it may also adversely affect our health and well-being as well.

Mindfulness training can provide us with effective tools to help us increase our stress tolerance and, in turn, enhance our learning capacity by remaining calm, sustain our attention and to focus more consistently and appropriately in the face of these demands and improve our psychological and physical well-being as well.

Mindfulness training can offer all students tools that help:

1. Improve overall mental and physical performances.

2. Enhance creativity and focus.

3. Minimize the negative effects of stress.

4. Increase relaxation and energy.

5. Improve coping with low mood/depression and decrease anxiety.

6. Building self-awareness, emotional resilience and self-compassion.


How do we define anger?

How is it when we realize that we have numerous choices in dealing with our angry feelings?

How can we let go of the side effects of anger?

Anger is a natural emotion like any other. It is an instinctual reaction to perception of danger and need for survival. When we have trouble limiting our anger reactions to what is appropriate and constructive, the cost of such instances can greatly affect our lives, relationships, and health.

It is only when we learn the tools and skills that help us to recognize and manage our anger that we can avoid the destructiveness of anger, and we will be able to respond appropriately and constructively and get a favorable outcome.

This workshop provide a reflective space where we will explore the underlying dissatisfaction, incomplete, or unfulfilled self that may lead to anger and we will learn to:

Determine what anger is and how it affects our lives.

• Develop insight and understanding into your anger.

• Recognizing bodily and/or physiological signs of anger.

• Identifying the situations and/or thoughts that are most likely to trigger your anger.

• Learn to recognize trigger thoughts, emotions, and physical experience of anger.

• Learn coping skills such as physical releasing, relaxation, self-care and self-nurturing skills.


1. Learn strong and clear communication for creating greater closeness.

2. How to nurture your relationship and create greater intimacy.

3. Effectively manage hot-button issues and resolve conflicts.

4. Learn practical, simple tools and exercises to confirm, strengthen, or restore your love.

5. Get the keys to proper intimacy and self-disclosure.

6. Learn effective ways to communicate and show your affection for each other.


A workshop to improve social and communication skills as well as enhancing self-esteem.

How do my feelings, thoughts, and behaviors define who I am to myself and to others?

How do I deal with my changing identity and the way I see myself and how others perceive me?

How can I become more confident and more effective in my expressions in relationships?

How do I improve my self-image and create more satisfying relationships?

These questions and many more are explored and answered in a supportive and understanding space by using educational and experiential approaches with group facilitators and members working together.

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