Do you have a relationship that stings?
We all have them. We know they matter.
And yet… sometimes… they're just…
Is there a relationship that is a thorn in your side?
- • Do you wish your partner wasn't distant or defensive?
- • Do you wish your boss "saw you"? (acknowledged you?)
- • Do you wish your teens and young adults weren't so frustrating?
- • Do you wish you could feel safe and be more yourself with your in-laws?
- • Do you wish you weren't caught in the same excruciating cycle over and over?
People can surprise you. Relationships can change.
Your life deserves to be healthier and happier.
AND it's not as hard as you think.
Here are a few client examples:
"After not having a relationship with my son for 45 years (I always let him know how much more I knew than him), I just spent 3 days with my son that were delightful for both of us."
Simone, who was habitually irritated with needy people, tells this story. "I listened attentively to a stammering old man next to me. He was having a stroke in the olive oil section of Trader Joe's. I got him help. My heart swells at this opportunity for being human."
"I used to focus on the negative, on bitching, telling stories that made others look stupid. I can now lovingly sit with my brother even when he is in a warring place. I am happier, grateful and humble not looking to see if people give me what I seek but to see who they really are."
Arjun reported, "My boss never, ever listened to anything I had to say UNTIL I saw that I hadn't really ever listened to him. What a turnaround for us. He is really smart and has good things for me to hear. I am amazed at my increased energy and pleasure at work."
As Jane was transforming impatience to a softened heart with her husband, she had this experience. "I sneaked a peek at his face and noticed the lines and wrinkles - but not as signs of aging - rather as symbols of the worries, cares, stresses he's endured through his life. I felt my own humanity, as a woman who is vulnerable enough to love a man so deeply."
Our clients transformed their difficulties.
You can absolutely live in phenomenal ways.
We'll take you there.
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