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08013 Barcelona

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Tel:+34 691 945 404

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RELATIONSHIPS ARE EVERYWHERE!

Whether we relate to people face-to-face or via social media, relationships are everywhere.  Family, extended family, especially in-laws, friends, co-workers and bosses create enormous opportunities to feel loved, connected, important or to make things happen

Unfortunately, we rarely get to choose our bosses, co-workers or extended families, and sometimes our friends can become challenging when they don't provide us with what we think we need from them, or worse, are detrimental to our peace of mind and need for love and connection.

RELATIONSHIPS ARE CHANGING

In today's society, we seem to be becoming more disconnected, whilst having more opportunities to be connected. 

More of us work from home, work with people from other countries, live in other countries and communicate via social media, messaging apps or conferencing software.  So much misunderstanding can occur.  In addition, more and more, we are having to understand people from different cultures and social backgrounds.  What do we do when we don't understand each other, when communication breaks down? When we feel misunderstood, mistreated, separate form those we need to work most closely with or with whom we rely on for connection and love? What do we do when we don't choose who we work with, who we report to? 

THERE IS A WAY

If civilization is to survive, we must cultivate the science of human relationships - the ability of all peoples, of all kinds, to live together, in the same world at peace. Franklin D. Roosevelt   Thanks to https://www.brainyquote.com/topics/human_relationships

I can help you learn to see those around you and yourself from a different perspective that enables you to find your commonalities, to connect with each other and to work together to resolve differences or to make changes yourself that impact those around you.  Learning to understand your needs in whatever type of relationship you have, as well as  the needs of the person with whom you have conflict and processes to develop your strengths, can help you to have relations