Do any of these situations sound familiar?
- You have been in a loving relationship for a long time and things were going along well. You are not sure why but you started arguing more and more. And now you can’t feel the love and connection that you had.
- You are just starting a new relationship (personal or professional) and you don’t know how to give voice to your needs, while maintaining the relationship. You’re afraid that if you speak up, about your thoughts and feelings you might be ignored or rejected.
- You have always done things the way your family does them, yet recently when you wanted to make some changes in your life, you have felt that you either tow the family line or you will be excluded.
- You were quite happy with your life and suddenly your partner’s leaving has smashed the dreams that you had for you and your children. You don’t know how to rebuild from here.
- You suffer from stress and occasionally anxiety. You can manage things only if you keep things very simple and structured. This stress prevents you from having the freedom and self-expression that you crave. You want to de-stress and be able to relax and feel comfortable.
- You manage talented staff, yet you suspect they are not giving their best and they certainly don’t work as a team.
Are you experiencing one of the following?
Do you suffer from stress and anxiety in your relationship? You would like to reduce the stress to a level that it doesn’t interfere with your relationship. You would love to learn some news skills that would give you the ability to lower your own stress whenever you choose.
Do you find that you are arguing a lot in your relationship? You know that better communications is the key, yet what you’ve already tried hasn’t worked. You would like help to see your blind spots in your relationship.
Is your daughter going through difficult times? She seems stressed and worried and your attempts to help seem to make her even more defensive. You want her to be more resilient and able to ask for help when she needs it.
Is your son having a hard time handling the relationship break-up? He seems to be taking it very hard. You know he needs to be able to talk about how he feels, yet he bottles things up. You wonder how you can help him now.
Are you returning to the workforce after a long break? Whether you stopped to raise children, you had a long illness or you had to stop for some other reason, you may be wondering how to get your professional confidence back. To take the steps that will help you get back to work.
You’re a boss who can’t seem to get the team to work cooperatively. Your staff are all good at what they do, yet they can’t seem to work as a team. You need to improve your relationships with your staff to reduce your stress and work more productively.
You have an important negotiation to do. You don’t want to be pushy and demanding, yet you don’t want to sacrifice what is fair to you either. You’d like to find a principled & ethical way of negotiating that feels good and builds the relationship.
If these situations sound familiar, maybe it’s time to get some support from someone who understands relationships. You might be interested in reading some tips and skills that can make a difference and sign up for our e-newsletter.
Our methods work best if you are wanting the following?
- To learn to relax and de-stress.
- Are willing to work on your relationship.
- To learn new ways of communicating with those you love.
- To learn and grow as a person and be more yourself.
- To let go of pain from the past and move forward.
- You like to see the humor and lighter side of life.
- You want to improve your relationships personal and/or professional.
- You value finding a win/win/win answers to problems so that they feel fair.
If these values would work for you, we’d love to hear from you.
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