Conscious Communication for Relationship Building
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About The Event
Let’s face it…⠀
Most of us suck when it comes to one thing…⠀
Chatting with my clients, the primary frustration in their relationships is that they don’t know how to communicate with their partners, friends, family members or coworkers…⠀
There’s so much to be said about communication…and yet couples are lost for words when it comes to setting a boundary, resolving a problem or simply just asking for what they want or need in a relationship…
It’s no one’s fault, and no one teaches us how to communicate. One thing that most couples struggle with is conscious open healthy communication, and it’s the one thing that no one teaches us how to do.
We all could use a little help learning how to better communicate, so along with Kelee Allsop, 801Beauty is hosting a workshop all about teaching you how to consciously communicate.
In this workshop we will deep dive into the following:
💫Timing of communication⠀- when’s the right time to communicate and have those ‘difficult’ conversations?
💫Active Listening – when we learn to listening to understand, not to speak, our partners drop their defensiveness and we are able to be seen and heard. Active listening results in a win/ win for both parties and can make huge shifts in your relationship.
💫Identifying feelings and using I messages. Many of us don’t know how to take accountability for what we feel and use our feelings as opportunities for growth and deeper connection in the relationship.
Date / Time: Friday, October 5th 6PM-7:30PM
Cost : $20 must preregister by using this link ---> https://app.moonclerk.com/pay/5mvr95uqtxbx
Where: 801Beauty - 715 E 3300 S #107, Millcreek, UT
This is a ladies only event, and although we love children, please leave them at home! We will have a free gift for those who attend!
Seating is limited and you must RSVP (purchase) a ticket to attend.
Click here to reserve your tickets ---> https://app.moonclerk.com/pay/5mvr95uqtxbx
Please contact Kelee Allsop 801-502-5110 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.