A phase or a doomed dynamic?
How do we know the difference between a phase and a doomed dynamic?
It can be helpful to look at your conflict patterns in terms of quantity and quality. If it feels like you are fighting more often than not fighting, and/or you’re fighting dirty, it’s time to get help. If you fight every once in a while and do so relatively consciously, you’re probably doing ok!
Regardless of if you fight incessantly or occasionally, it’s important to learn tools to reduce conflict and to minimise the refractory period for coming back from conflict when it does occur.
This is one of my most passionate topics to teach on!
Join us for the upcoming Relationships Workshop for either the Friday night or the full weekend. We have released 10 more spaces due to a re-assessment of COVID restrictions.
And get hold of a copy of my book “When Love Goes South.”
Upcoming Workshops & Events
Expansion Yoga and Meditation Weekend
Reset your mind and rejuvenate your body. Delve into a weekend of meditation, mindfulness, yoga practices and transformative teachings. You’ll leave feeling renewed, grounded and expanded. For Beginners to Advanced.
Date: May 27th – 29th, 2022, 2022
Where: Venue 3121 – 281 Swan St, Richmond 3121
Teachers: Emma Power & Nilanthi Chandra
Friday – 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Saturday – 8:30am – 5:00pm
Sunday – 8:30am – 5:00pm
(approx finish time)
For more information go here
How to Have Meaningful Relationships is an essential guide for anyone who wants to build healthy, happy and sustainable relationships with the people in their lives. Relationships skills are not innate, they are skills to be learned. This pocket guide provides useful tools, ideas, and checklists to help you become the very best team player you can be.
When Love Goes South is a book that will teach you how to approach relational conflict and challenges with game-changing results. This pocket-sized guide is the relationship counseling session that many people need, but never quite get to. It is written with the intention to create a new paradigm of relating, offering the reward of getting safely and successfully to the other side of pain and challenge.