All the Things I Wish I'd Known Sooner
In the past 7 years, I’ve put myself (and my marriage) through a self-study, trial-and-error, crash course in what makes a relationship work. It’s a continued work in progress, but I’ve figured out a few things that I’d like to share with you.
And this is not just about romantic relationships, partnerships, or marriage. This is about how we relate to each and every person that we meet and connect with in our lives.
I want to offer this up to you if you’re feeling like your relationships are something that you struggle with and you’re looking to know better how to create those connections and the sense of love and belonging that you are looking for.
We’re going to talk about many different things, from communication skills to mindset, but also the real key, which most of us don’t learn about, which is energy — how our energy interacts with other people and how we manage our own energy so that we have better control over how these interactions go. It’s going to be some good stuff, and I can’t wait for you to join us!
STANDING YOUR GROUND: CONFLICT AND FIGHTING FAIR
Are there some people in your life, that no matter how hard you try, it’s only a matter of time until you will be getting into the same old fight, or feeling hurt by something they say or do, or ending up triggered and unable to control your emotions?
In this month’s Boundaries class, we’ll dive into conflicts, fights, and triggers, and how to keep your cool and stand your ground when things start to get hot. Learn how to shift the patterns in your relationships that keep you stuck in conflict so you can transform them for the better.
Even if you didn’t make it to last month’s Boundaries class, this class is still for you. We’ll review the basics and go from there.
I have used these strategies in the past few years to PERMANENTLY shift how my husband and I interact, significantly reducing how often we fight and helping clear up the conflicts that do arise faster and with less hurt and resentment. I don’t go to the same emotional extremes or carry it around with me for days afterward. I can stay in my heart and say what needs to be said to bring about a true resolution.
It might take two to tango, but you hold the key to breaking the cycle of conflict and bringing forth the love, gentleness, support, and understanding that is truly at the core of your relationships.
Thursday, September 23, 8pm EDT
We will meet on Zoom. You may chose how you want to participate, whether that is to be seen on video or to just listen in. A recording will be sent out after the class, so even if you can’t attend live, you won’t miss out!