Workshop Title: Relationship Clarity: A Path to Creating and Sustaining Healthy Relationships
Description:This workshop will introduce the concept of relationship clarity and how it will help guide the participants in creating and sustaining healthy romantic relationships. As a participant, you will explore your relationship beliefs, examine your relationship experience, practice self-exploration exercise and develop life skills. You will gain a clearer perspective on how you want to experience a happy and healthy relationship and be prepared to make choices that will support your desired feelings.
Facilitator: Monique Halley
Date: Saturday, January 12, 2012
Time: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Investment in Yourself: $49
Who Should Attend: Women who have a pattern of negative experiences in their romantic relationships and are prepared to learn how to create healthy ones.
What You Should Bring: Pen, something to write in. Have in mind an example of a personal challenge within a romantic relationship you would like to work on.
Maximum Attendees: 15 Minimum Attendees: 7
(You will be notified 24 hours in advance if minimum is not met)
A self-exploration process to help you arrive at relationship clarity
Success Story: Melissa was fairly happy with her life. She had graduated from college, had a great job, she was in consistent contact with her family and friends that were near and far, had a happy social life and felt that she had a strong sense of self. Her endless challenge was always meeting guys that didn’t want to settle down and having unhappy experiences with them. As a result, she yearned for a real relationship. She had other goals in sight, like getting a house, a car and figuring out her true purpose in life but a relationship was a constant thought. Melissa finally met someone and started a relationship; things were great in the beginning, she eventually got the house and the car. As the years went by, she had a baby, lost her sense of self, neglected her over all wellbeing and didn’t have the time to figure out her true purpose in life, she was very unhappy. Melissa understood that a relationship comes with difficulties and was doing her best to work out the ones she was experiencing. However, she kept hitting the same pattern and suspected that there was another alternative but she didn’t know what it could be. Melissa continued to hold on to what wasn’t feeling right even though she was hurting herself in the process. She eventually left the relationship but was afraid of making the same mistakes again. As a result of participating in this workshop, Melissa is now capable of understanding and identifying how the negative patterns in her past relationships were repeating themselves and is now aware how to avoid them moving forward. She learned solid strategies and actions steps she can implement to gain a sense of clarity on how she wants to truly experience a potential relationship, she realized that she now has options to create a healthy relationship. Melissa is now confident and optimistic about starting a new relationship knowing that she is well prepared.