Volume III: Cultivate Healthy Relationships and Mend Broken Ones

Volume III: Cultivate Healthy Relationships and Mend Broken Ones

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Happiness studies abound these days. Almost every year, a new book or a major survey is released with new findings on how to become happier and what differentiates happy people from unhappy people. 

There is one strong theme within all of these books and surveys however. That is: people are happiest when they are embedded in a strong community of love and support. Humans are relational beings and we are wired to give and receive love. The problem with this is that cultivating and maintaining strong and healthy relationships isn’t always easy or automatic. Oftentimes, it requires intentionality, commitment and of course, self-awareness of our own destructive relational tendencies that we would rather not deal with.

I differ from many people in that I believe nobody else is required to change but ourselves to have healthy and strong relationships—even with those whom we consider, “toxic”.

This workbook is specifically geared towards two groups of people. The first are those who find themselves in conflicts with others regularly and can’t figure out how to change this dynamic. Those conflicts can be with coworkers, friends, a spouse, family members, or even a stranger on the road whose driving drove you mad. You don’t need to live like this anymore! Being in conflict with others is such a big energy suck that you could use on planning your next vacation or furthering your career! The second group of people this workbook is geared towards are those who mostly have strong and healthy relationships but have difficulty forgiving or receiving forgiveness from a few key people in their lives.

There are eight modules in this workbook: (1) We Are Happiest When We Have Good and Strong Relationships; (2) Inside the Minds of Those of Us Who Are in Constant Conflict with Others; (3) Toxic People, Forgiving Others and More; (4) Asking for Forgiveness and Reaching out to Those Who Don't Want to Have a Relationship with You; (5) Improving Already Good Relationships; (6) A Word Regarding Spouses and Family Members; (7) Calming and Realignment Hacks and; (8) Mental Illnesses and Neurodiversity. There are also many opportunities for self-reflection throughout the workbook and sample scripts for you to use.

* This 39-page workbook is in PDF format, which can be downloaded instantly upon purchase. An additional hardcopy will not be mailed to you. All sales are final and no refunds are permitted.