Coming Out of the Broom Closet

Telling friends and family about your path as a witch.
From big cities to small towns, there are witches everywhere. We didn't disappear, we didn't die out, we simply stepped back into the shadows waiting for a time when we would have a chance to be heard. 
People all around the world have preconceived notions about witchcraft.  It can make conversations with our closest friends and family a heart wrenching experience. The fear that can hang over a witch at the thought of the personal and professional fall out of being found out as a witch can be toxic. 
This class is for witches that:
  • have a very religious family, friends, or social circle
  • worried about retaliation on your job, your kids, or your social status
  • scared that your family will judge and/or ostracize you
  • concerned that you'll be mocked, called crazy, or be misunderstood
  • struggling with how to find the words to tell the people you love
  • feel like you're living with a secret or a lie hanging over you
It's time for witches everywhere to take a step into the light and find our communities and our voices. That involves laying down the foundation for the important conversations that we need to have to live our truth. And that includes looking for and finding acceptance from the people in our lives that mean the moon and stars to us.
If you're looking for ways to approach having these personal and difficult discussions with the people you care about in your life, if you're looking for a witch to walk you through the pros and cons, the negatives and positives, and the mistakes to watch out for in bringing up this topic with those you love, and if you're looking for a community to offer their feedback and suggestions based on their own experiences, then this is the class for you. 
In this class, you will learn:
  • exercises to identify the potential risks of coming out of the broom closet
  • Confronting your fears in a healthy way
  • Discover where you are in your process of self-acceptance
  • potential changes in your life after coming out as a Witch
  • strategies to reduce miscommunication & panic
  • how to approach difficult conversations with the friends and family in your life

Together, we can break down the harmful stereotypes and undo the religious propaganda that has been used for generations to persecute witches. We can do this one conversation at a time, one heart at a time.


Whether you know you're ready or you're struggling with the decision - we are here for you.

As a community, we know what you're feeling, what you're going through, and we want to help you through this process.

It's time to find your voice and be true to yourself.

We would love for you to join us. 



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Risk & Fears and Living Your Truth

Going In With a Plan for Coming Out

Hard Conversations with Friends and Family

Coming Out of the Broom Closet



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