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HBS-Westwood: Turning Past Relationship Mistakes into Future Successes

Do we unconsciously sabotage our closest personal relationships, repeating the same mistake(s) in the same ways?  Join us tonight as we extract what we can learn about our behavior from our past relationships ... and explore how we would prefer to act in the future.

Have you not found that right partner?  Are you surprised that the same pattern with potential partners keeps occurring in your life?   Do you get frustrated that 

Tonight, we will explore what we have done, why we did it and how we can break our sabotaging pattern so that our future relationships will be healthier and more rewarding then the relationships in our past.    You'll leave knowing what to avoid, and what to replace it with.

We do some exercises where we'll look at what behaviors we are doing that may not be supporting creating stronger relationships.  And we'll end up practicing better behaviors that really will create the relationships that we want.


To Prepare ....

1)  What pattern do I seem to repeat again and again when I am in disagreement / conflict with my partner?
2) How does it feel physiologically (in my body) when I am stressed / triggered? (Pit in the stomach, lump in the throat, trouble thinking clearly, thoughts spinning, feeling trapped, feeling terrified, feeling paralyzed etc.) 


Our Leader This Evening

Eric Michael Cohen is a marriage & relationship repair specialist in private practice at The Life Lab Coaching Studio in Braintree.  

http://www.thelifelabcoachingstudio.com

A veteran of many personal growth and introspective programs, Eric strives to increase harmony and restore conflict using an approach that balances paradigm shift, behavioral mindfulness, and pragmatic skills. 

Eric's interest in healing relationships comes from the experience he had in his own marriage before he entered the field. Coming back successfully from the brink of divorce created the desire to help others do the same.

Separate from relationship and individual work, Eric's other interests include dogs, music, and football.

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  • Dennis P.

    Loved the two models that Eric so beautifully painted for us. I believe I can utilize both of them, with a little study, to better handle my day-to-day relationships. And I know I would be a better person if I did so. Thank you, Eric!
    And, I might add, an A Team group of PGN members who showed up and played at a very high level -- open, supportive, and connected!

    1 · 2 days ago

  • Alyssa V.

    I am So sad to miss this. Had an interview run late the traffic won't allow me to make it on time. Hope to have another opportunity in the near future

    1 · 3 days ago

    • Dennis P.

      Would have loved to have seen you!

      3 days ago

  • Angela

    Eric's presentation is a great one not to miss! We were fortunate to have the opportunity to have him present at the Braintree HBS in May.

    October 25

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