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Noorah

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Program Details

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My husband: *says something*
*Me thinking to myself*: "Omg, I can't believe he said that.. does he think..?"
*Me starting to get angry*
*Me getting defensive*
*Me putting an emotional wall up between us, so I don't get hurt*


And yup, the next time my husband says something I snap, and in return, he gets confused and defensive as well.

And the circle continues... UNLESS...

We're willing to be brave and open enough to let each other know what's happing with us.


Relationships are important. They're too important to 'not talk about' and let the شيطان find a way to put an emotional distance between us.


⇢ There's an art to fighting.
⇢ There's an art to telling people how you feel or what you agree and don't agree with.
⇢ And there's an art to using the conversation in a way that  E X P A N D S  life between you and the person you love instead of damaging it.

I recently just finished a certification in Conversational Intelligence coaching.

One of the tools we use is what we call the Conversational Intelligence Dashboard (picture above).


Basically, there are three levels of conversation:

- Level one and two: are based on distrust and trying to protect ourselves from each other.

- Level three: here conversations are based on trust that's deep and wide. We're making decisions based on 'choice' and not just reacting to a trigger. Here is where we feel connected, loved, and accepted. When we have level three conversations we feel like we've been seen and heard and we're willing to do the same for the person in front of us.

 

Whether you're dealing with a boss, a college, a sibling, a parent, or a partner. The rules are the same.

For Who:

Both male and female are welcome.

Come with a friend or come alone; this program was designed for YOU regardless

of the other people in your life (your parents, kids, partner, siblings, friends, etc.).

Relationships are like a dance once you choose to move differently, the dance changes.

Where:

Pattern, Riyadh. SA

​Benefits:

  1. Stop disagreements from turning into a fight

  2. Say what needs to be said in a way that heals old wounds and builds relationships

  3. Build courage

  4. Get more out of your relationships

  5. Feel better about yourself

  6. Quick “how to’s” you can start using right NOW- and more!

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