Past Meetup

STOP Talking .... START Communicating! Conscious Communication Skills

This Meetup is past

12 people went

Price: CA$20.00 /per person
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Communication (or a lack of effective communication) either makes or breaks most relationships.

Relationships don’t exist in a vacuum. They exist between two emotional human beings who bring their own past experiences, history, and expectations into it. Two different people also have different levels of skill when it comes to communication, but the good news is that if communication is a skill...then it can be improved upon.

We can all develop our communication skills.

We can all improve our relationships with better communication.

So let’s do that!

The key is to understand that just because we are talking to our partner, that doesn’t mean that we are actually communicating. Yes, talking is a form of communication, but if it’s primarily “surface’ conversation like “How was your day” and “The car needs to get serviced”, you’re not really communicating in a way that is going to create the relationship that you are looking for.

We all know that conflict in a relationship is virtually inevitable. What we sometimes don’t realize is that conflict isn’t necessarily a problem. It’s how we handle conflict that is usually the problem and developing our communication skills is the first step in handling conflict in a way that can make it a springboard to a stronger relationship and happier future.

As with all of our events, we will bring this to you in a fun and interactive way and the price for the events does include some appetizers, but we do ask that everyone spend at least $10 with the venue to justify the staffing and service that we receive. We wouldn’t be able to host these events without the venues!

You can pay at the door ($20), or you can save some money and pay ahead of time! ($15)

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