When a team of researchers at Brigham Young University looked at over a hundred studies on social interaction and health, the results were clear – lack of connection is bad for your health. People with strong relationships lived longer, while feeling isolated can be as bad for you as smoking or alcoholism.
But how can you feel more connected to others when relationships can be so challenging? It’s simple – learn the art of managing expectations and creating real change within each relationship.
Our workshop Making Better Connections helps you identify the hidden expectations that block you from enjoying your time with
others, both at home and at work. You’ll then discover the only way to create real change between yourself and others, and also a technique that means relationships leave you feeling better, not worse.
The result – you’ll feel more relaxed and positive around both colleagues, friends, family and partners, and you will have the tools you need to now have happier relationships that last longer.
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