This is a course that emphasizes the importance of developing the ability to create and maintain healthy relationships. This course is divided into five categories. Relationships with ourselves, romantic relationships, relationships with family, relationships with friends and professional relationships. The intention of the course is to make the student aware of the dynamics at play in each relationship and to provide ideas that they can use to improve their skills in each category. Sometimes improving relationships with others is mostly a matter of improving the relationship we have with ourselves. This course has eight videos including the intro. There are also worksheets included for each of the five catagories. This is a course that should be taken over a few days to give the student time to think about how they may apply some of these ideas into their own lives.
Experiential using a hand held mirror designed to help students become more accepting of themselves. The emphasis is that loving and accepting yourself is the first step towards building healthy and loving relationships with others.
For those who are looking for a romantic relationship, this lecture provides guidelines and suggestions for determining compatibility. The student is reminded to think about the qualities that they are seeking in a romantic partner.
For those already in relationship, this lecture a guide for elevating the relationship by enhancing awareness of the others person's wants and needs.Learning how the other person interprets love and caring is essential if you wish to nurture the relationship.
This lecture is about the uncomfortable and often childlike regression that takes place at family gatherings. The emphasis is on learning to see family with "adult" eyes and a sense of compassion.
This lecture is about examining the rules and boundaries in our platonic relationships.The emphasis is on accepting the inevitable changes that take place in people's lives over time and learning to embrace our friends for who they are rather than who they were.
These relationships are all about boundaries and what each side stands to lose if those boundaries are not respected. These relationships are about economics. The important lesson to learn from this is that friendly does not mean friends.
Tyrone Dawkins is a nationally acclaimed Motivational Speaker and Behavioral Therapist specializing in Hypnotherapy, Spiritual Council and Meditation. He is also an author, Mystic and a New Thought Practitioner. Over the past twenty years he has counseled private clients, taught classes and hosted a variety of workshops and seminars on personal development and spirituality.