Life is full of relationships. Not necessarily the amorous kind but, since we interact with others on a regular basis, we form a multitude of relationship types such as those with friends, family, peers, co-workers, business partners, and even brief acquaintances. For some, one of the most difficult aspects of life is their interaction with others. Therefore, the importance of creating and maintaining quality relationships is vital to one's well-being.
When people go through life on auto-pilot, they can get easily triggered, reacting in negative and (all too often) regrettable ways. The stress this causes you and others can be exhausting, but can be diminished and even averted by learning what's happening behind the scenes. Learn how this plays out in the context of situations, people, and emotions / reactions.
Ultimately, you are only responsible for one thing: Yourself. The good news is that once you learn how everything is inter-linked, you will be in a much better position to handle difficult people and situations. From there, you can experience smoother interactions, which can lead to a more peaceful and balanced life.
You can benefit from People & Relationships sessions if you:
- Find it challenging to deal with difficult people and situations
- Find meeting new people or making friends challenging and/or stressful
- Continuously attract the same or wrong types of people to you
- Find relationships (of any kind) challenging and/or stressful
- Find the same unpleasant or difficult patterns repeating themselves with no apparent reason
- Want to better understand the mechanics of relationships
- Want to improve how you deal with people and relationships
People & Relationships sessions can help you:
- Understand the mechanics of relationships and how you can enhance your experiences
- React less to negative people
- Lessen the stress associated with difficult people and situations
- Attract less negative people and situations in your life
- Learn how to approach people in a different way, generating less pressure and stress