Manage conflicts and rescue relationships

Last year we took an in-depth look at how to nurture relationships with the people we care about most. I know how much those Key Steps have supported me. I hope they’ve done the same for you and will continue to work for you through 2016. I have two additional things I’d like to share with you linked to last year’s theme of relationships…

  • The first is a quote that always reminds me how important it is to really listen to each other (especially when life is busy and/or things are tough):“Listening is the oldest and perhaps the most powerful tool of healing. It is often through the quality of our listening and not the wisdom of our words that we are able to affect the most profound changes in the people around us. When we listen we offer sanctuary for the homeless parts within the other person. That which has been denied, unloved, devalued by themselves and others. That which is hidden. When you listen generously to people, they can hear the truth in themselves often for the first time.”
    — Rachel Naomi Remen –So let’s remember to take time, every day, to pause, connect and listen to our loved ones. Let’s make it a positive habit for 2016.
  • The second is a tool I have developed to help you ‘rescue’ a troubled relationship or make a difficult conversation easier. It is designed to help you strengthen, grow and/or save relationships. It talks you through managing conflict step-by-step, using it will take effort and practise. But if your relationship is worth it and you both want to work at it, this tool really works! Email Tiffany and she will send you the one page process the moment she receives your email so you can take Key Steps to

“be the difference that makes the difference