A masterclass in communication for anyone who wants to clean up their most difficult relationships.
We all have messy relationships – whether they’re with our mother, father, sister, brother, partner, friend, child, boss or a colleague. Even great relationships can turn sour from time to time.
Rather than battling through or avoiding the problem, it’s time to ask: what turns our relationships sour? And how do we turn them around?
In our experience, it’s a poor relationship with ourselves and our emotions, in addition to high expectations and baseless assumptions that get in the way of us communicating with and relating to others effectively.
We continue to have painful experiences because we don’t have the self-awareness to understand how the dynamics we bring to the relationship are causing us to ask the wrong questions, place blame (sometimes unintentionally) and fail to show empathy when it’s needed most.
Based on techniques from our new book Loved: How to coach yourself to well being through self love, we’ve created a 45-minute masterclass that sets out:
- The many factors – external and internal to us – that cause relationships to become difficult or even toxic.
- The difference between self-esteem and self-love, and the role self-love plays in positive relationships.
- Four simple techniques based on proven psychological principles that you can use immediately to improve the way you communicate and relate to the people in your life.