Humans are not solitary creatures. 
We are in relationship, always. 
With family. With friends. 
With work colleagues. With romantic partners/dates/lovers.
Do you ever ask stop and ask yourself,
“What is the quality of these relationships in my life?”
Is your relationship with your family one of openness and care? 
Do you have the kind of connection you most want with your friends?
Are your work dynamics easeful?  
How about your romantic life, is it as intimate as you desire?
Much of the quality of our relationships rests, fundamentally, on the skill and competency of our relating. 
Relating as a verb. An action. Not something passive. 
High-quality relationships and communities, of any kind, aren’t something that just fall into your lap out of the sky.  
They are something you work at. 
Something you practice.

Enter your details below & you'll be notified of the course launch.

 

Humans are not solitary creatures. 
We are in relationship, always. 
With family. With friends. 
With work colleagues. With romantic partners/dates/lovers.
Do you ever ask stop and ask yourself,
“What is the quality of these relationships in my life?”
Is your relationship with your family one of openness and care? 
Do you have the kind of connection you most want with your friends?
Are your work dynamics easeful?  
How about your romantic life, is it as intimate as you desire?
Much of the quality of our relationships rests, fundamentally, on the skill and competency of our relating. 
Relating as a verb. An action. Not something passive. 
High-quality relationships and communities, of any kind, aren’t something that just fall into your lap out of the sky.  
They are something you work at. 
Something you practice.
Enter your details below & you'll be notified of the course launch.