Speaking / Training
Relationships with your Partner
In all the time I have worked with couples, I have never seen a relationship fail simply because of one person’s failings or shortcomings. Both people contribute to the break up of a relationship. To me, it only makes sense to look at our own contribution to the mix. Why? We are wasting our energy trying to get our partner to change. People pretty much are who they are and they do what they do until they, themselves, are ready to change.
Relationships from the InsideOut:
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I do not mind at all sharing a comment about the training. I was and am very excited about choice theory. I feel that it would have helped my son a lot had it been available when he was in 9th grade. I really appreciated Kim’s stories. They were relatable to me because I too have a child with a lot of the qualities of the students I will be working with. They also drove a point home. She was very personal and opened up to us a lot and it was helpful to understand the different way we all perceive information. I learned a lot and plan on incorporating it into my classroom this year.P. Loving
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