How to get along better with everyone, including your spouse, boss, parents and kids.
Many people hit roadblocks of one sort or another in their relationships. Even those that are good at relationships sometimes have areas where they would like to create more connection.
It could be a romantic relationship where one wishes their partner would behave differently, or the couple feels as if they have simply grown apart. Sometimes, old loving feelings have even been replaced by fighting, arguing, and general discord.
Work, friends, and other family relationships can often present challenges too. Especially in times when people have different viewpoints and feel misunderstood, disrespected, or as if they’re not good enough.
Luckily, there is a solution!
All people have within them an amazing resource, always present, that largely remains untapped. It’s the same source of creativity, inspiration, and motivation that people use to do things like write plays, invent new technologies, and solve impossible problems. You’ll be amazed how simple it is, yet most people have never been taught how to access this rich resource.
In this workshop, you will learn how to:
- Deeply understand others, it’s not impossible!
- Grow your connection
- Start ANY relationship from a fresh place
- Leave past unpleasantness behind
- Create more satisfying relationships
- Experience others in a new way
- Break free from insecurity
In this full-day workshop, we’ll introduce you to the creative principles that are always at play in our experience of life and relationships. We'll explore how these principles can positively influence your relationships and send you on a path of new connection!
The workshop will be held at the Hartford Seminary.
While you're in Connecticut, why not stay for the weekend? There are loads of things to do!
*There is not a cafe on the seminary grounds, however, there is a kitchenette with a sink, fridge, and microwave. You may bring your own lunch, or travel to one of the nearby cafes (we will provide a list of recommended eateries).