What is the importance of Checking-In to Relationships with ourselves and others?

What is the importance of Checking-In to Relationships with ourselves and others? What is checking in? Checking-in is an important tool that we use to ensure that we are showing up for our relationships the best way we possibly can. Sometimes it’s not the right time to have a conversation, and that’s ok. Check-in with …

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What is Frontloading and How Will it Help Your Relationships?

What is Frontloading and How Will it Help Your Relationships? What is frontloading? Frontloading is when you speak to the tension that is in a conversation or could be in a conversation before it arises. Frontloading is a tactful skill we can use in conversation to mitigate the chances that it goes off the rails. …

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Relationship Rings: 3 Ways to Help Us Manage Relationships…

Relationship Rings: 3 Ways to Help Us Manage Relationships… Relationship Rings: 3 Ways to Help Us Manage Relationships… What are Relationship Rings? Relationship Rings are a conceptual model of relationships that allows us to determine how close we allow someone into our life.  So why are the relationship rings an important part of HAP and …

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What is Naming a Behavior? Why should we Name Behaviors when communicating?

What is Naming a Behavior? Why should we Name Behaviors when communicating? In our last blog we talked about checking-in, and how we show up for things or if we can show up for things in that moment. When we have hard conversations it’s extremely important to name behaviors. Naming Behaviors is a great way …

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How is Intent the Foundation of All Relationships and Communication?

If there was one that people could practice to become better communicators and improve their relationships, it would be to understand their own intent and learn to ask questions to find other’s intentions. Intentions are our truest nature, it’s what we really want to do. Unfortunately who we are based on our set of experiences …

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