Presenting: Workshop to Improve Your Relationships

Re-Ignite Your Relationship: aka….. Get your relationship out of the toilet! November 24, 2014 – Penticton, BC In this workshop participants will gain insight into the pitfalls of their relationships and communication styles. Attendees will take home with them a variety of tools to improve their relationships, decrease negativity & stress and learn to reconnect with their partners. This workshop is also great for new grads,...

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Presenting: Workshop to Improve Your Relationships

Re-Ignite Your Relationship: aka….. Get your relationship out of the toilet! November 24, 2014 – Penticton, BC In this workshop participants will gain insight into the pitfalls of their relationships and communication styles. Attendees will take home with them a variety of tools to improve their relationships, decrease negativity & stress and learn to reconnect with their partners. This workshop is also great for new grads,...

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Improving your relationship workshop.

I will be presenting my relationship/communication workshop in Penticton, B.C. This is great information for improving your relationship and participants will walk away with a variety of tools to assist you. Want to improve your relationships? Are you feeling disconnected from your partner? Want to learn communication skills? Reignite your relationship: Aka – get your relationship out of the toilet! Call 250-300-7064 November 24, 7:00 –...

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Workshop – March 5th – Reignite your relationship: Aka – get your relationship out of the toilet!

Want to improve your relationships? Are you feeling disconnected from your partner? Want to learn communication skills? Come spend an evening with Deanne Neufeld, BSW, MSW, RSW Reignite your relationship: Aka – get your relationship out of the toilet! Call 350-300-7064 to register – space is limited When:  March 5, 7:00 – 9:00 Where:  Lovin Livin Center #200 – 2903 Pandosy Street, Kelowna B.C. Cost:  $75 per couple $40 for...

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The curious thing about relationships.

In my years of counselling I have found a curious trend.  Why is it that we treat our partner worse than anyone else in our life?  We will say mean things and treat them disrespectfully.  Is it that we feel that we can exercise some control over them?  Or that we feel that they should do everything our way?  My challenge for all who read this is to start to treat your partner – you know the one that you decided to spend the rest of...

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