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*Virtual* Dinner Confidential (Stockholm)

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Dinner Confidential offers an open space for women to explore sensitive topics.

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Dinner Confidential offers a warm, brave and judgement-free space for women and female identifying folk to come together and talk with vulnerability about our most personal topics and emotions.

Each month we investigate a different social topic globally such as failure, sexuality, courage, etc. through intimate dinners (~10 people max) where our experienced hosts create a safe container for sharing.

After each dinner, we identify the key learnings and insights from the night and share them with our community so they, too, can benefit from the experience. We never share personal stories, those are strictly confidential.

You can read our stories via Medium or our website.

We are currently hosting dinners in over 25 cities around the world, including New York, Miami, Toronto, Portland, Caracas, Mumbai and Perth.

COST: Free! However, if you feel called and able, a donation is welcome to support the ongoing COVID crisis in India. Verified Fundraisers & Organisations can be found here.



Thursday, May 27th

18:00 - 19:30 CEST

Pure joy is one of the most powerful emotions a human can experience. It’s vibrant and rooted in deep happiness. Yet, it’s easy to forget that we are joyful beings! Joy is often elusive and can sometimes be overshadowed by other powerful emotions.

Let’s share and listen to our stories around joy. What does it mean to us? How do we culturally and individually relate to joy? What prevents us from feeling more joy in our lives? And what does a truly joyful life looks like for us - and our world?




Monday, June 14th

18:00 - 19:30 CEST

Many of us build resentment inside when we accept persistent wrongdoing or unfair treatment from another person, system, or institution.

Some of us stay quiet and try to put on a brave face even though we feel hurt. Some of us lash out and fight back, yet we don't get the results we want, so resentment bubbles inside. Some of us *know* that something is not feeling right, yet we disregard those emotions only to surprise ourselves, later on, resenting something or someone.

How can we identify the first signs of resentment before it eats away our relationships? How can we act before it escalates and turns into unhealthy anger? Come to dinner. Let's share and listen to our stories.

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  • Do attendees know each other? Sometimes. But usually they don’t and that’s part of the magic. Coming into a place full of strangers to open up and share some of your most personal experiences is very powerful. No one there knows your history, you are a blank canvas. People won’t judge you or give you advice (unless you specifically ask for it). We are there to listen, share and connect.

  • Do I need to prepare for the Dinner? A little bit! Your hosts will send all the details of the night via email, including a few questions for you to reflect upon prior the Dinner. All Dinners start with an intimate set of introductions, where each guest share her stories and is deeply heard.

  • How do you keep confidentiality? We include a vow of confidentiality in our invitation, and reiterate the importance of confidentiality at the start of each dinner. We create a strong container of trust and integrity, and expect the same of all of our participants.

  • What makes DC different from a women’s circles? Our secret is our hosts and the stories we tell! Our dinners are led by professional moderators, researchers and facilitators all around the world. Brilliant women with years of experience conducting challenging conversations amongst diverse groups of people. We’re less about the woo-woo, and more about the raw, real and impactful conversations with tangible insights for our guests and community to take action and implement within their daily lives.

  • What do you mean when you say “women”? Anyone that is female identifying. Inclusivity is one of our core values! We welcome women of all ages, colors, religions and backgrounds. If you are male identifying and would love to attend a dinner, let’s talk.

  • What’s your cancelation policy? We put a lot of love and effort into these dinners so please, even if the dinners are virtual, do your best to avoid a last minute cancellation. If you need to cancel, try to find a replacement.
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