Building Strong Relationships
Boost Your Health By Improving Your Relationships
Did you know that people with strong social relationships are 50% less likely to die prematurely?
Also, research links higher rates of depression, decreased immune function, and increased blood pressure to a lack of social connections.
Even the harmful effects of stress can be negated by participating in caring relationships!
Having healthy, meaningful relationships are important to our personal growth and development as well as our mental and physical health. Throughout the day we may have to change relationship hats, however, at the heart of any relationship is communication. My goal is to share the importance of building strong relationships as well as the tools you need to succeed.
Come join me at my next webinar, Building Strong Relationships, on Thursday, September 6th at 7:00 pm CDT to learn various techniques to help build stronger relationships
The What and What Not To Do In Relationships
Interpersonal relationship skills are necessary for all types of relationships from workplace acquaintances to more intimate romantic relationships. Needless to say, maintaining healthy relationships is important. Our first step is understanding the myths that surround the meaning of healthy relationships..
The following are common myths keeping people from building and maintaining strong relationships.
#1 Conflict in a relationship means the relationship isn’t healthy.
#2 A happy and fulfilling relationship requires having common interests.
#3 There is a certain criteria that all must follow in order to have a healthy relationship.
#4 If I’m with the right person, I won’t have to really work that hard at it.
#5 In order for this relationship to work, the other person must change.
During Building Strong Relationships, I will be explaining the truth behind these common relationship misconceptions!
Update Your Interpersonal Skills Toolkit
During this webinar I will share a number of tools you can use when initiating and maintaining strong relationships.
Research links supportive and rewarding relationships to having better mental health and overall increased well being. Each person we come in contact with is an opportunity to help us grow. Some relationships are longer than others, but no less important on our journey.
Improving your interpersonal skills is just like improving any other skill, it takes practice! Some important keys to focus on include; showing appreciation for others, active listening, projecting positivity, and caring for others. You can build stronger relationships and you can help others do the same by inviting the people you care about most to my webinar, Building Strong Relationships.
This is guaranteed to improve the way you relate to others if you take these tools and put them to work!
Can’t Wait To Share With You On Thursday, September 6th At 7:00 pm CDT!