Insight on Relationships
Find out how self-understanding is a key to relationship survival. Part of the ‘Insight On’ Series. Currently under re-construction.
If you have been feeling that your relationships need to be improved, this book is for you. Insight on Relationships incorporates principals from systems theory to aid with differentiation, the healthy balance between autonomy an intimacy that leads to healthy relating. You will be encourage to consider mindfulness, a personal response and emotional regulation as vital keys to changing the dynamics in your relationship. You will learn how to thrive not just survive in all your relationships. Book by Pauline Skeates and Sandy Fabrin
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"Breathing out, dropping your shoulders and letting-go of holding on tight and trying so hard (to change it or fix it or work it out). Placing your hand of kindness on your own chest and noticing what its like to experience the comfort of kindness."Pauline Skeates
"It has been said that, it is not an event that causes us distress but how we think about the event. Often we become so fused with our thoughts that instead of regarding them as merely thoughts about something, we confuse them with reality"Pauline Skeates
"In this age of the pursuit of happiness, we are searching constantly on social media and on the world-wide net, to find something or someone, to make us happy. We measure ourselves against the vocational and relational success of others to see where we sit on the scale of things."Pauline Skeates
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