Are you wondering if you can save your relationship or if you should jump ship and move onto something new?
If so this workshop is for you.
Here’s the truth. Relationships aren’t for the feint of heart. When they are good, they are good, and when they are bad, they are bad. Relationships that aren’t working tear your soul and sap your energy.
They prevent us from being our best self.
I believe you can be the most conscious person in the world and get tripped up in your relationship if you don’t understand the masculine (Individualistic) and feminine (Relational) dynamics that are at play.
When things aren’t working, sometimes the answer is to break up. And sometimes the answer is to get some new skills.
My mission is to help end emotional and physical violence between men and women through helping them understand each other.
Why? Because the impact on children is immense when their parents can’t get along. This is true whether they stay together or break up.
That’s why I work with couples to find out if and how they can save their relationship. I help them get the right tools to navigate their relationship effectively.
I also believe that if breakup is being talked about, or thought about, it’s important to explore all your options.
The decision to split up can be a hard decision to make. That’s why I’ve teamed up with mediator Alice Shikina to give you the right tools to make a good decision for you and your situation.
Alice and I would love to invite you to an intimate relationship exploration. Should I Stay or Should I Go is for those in relationships considering a change in status. The intro course goes over several communication styles, the differences between how men and women communicate and practical tips on improving communication between partners. Workshop participants will gain insight into whether their issues are stemming from communication styles or whether there is a deeper conflict. The workshop leaders, Kimi Avary and Alice Shikina, provide a safe space for exploration and self-reflection.