Cultivating Healthy Lasting Relationships - Series - David Samuel

Cultivating Healthy Lasting Relationships: Series - David Samuel

4 sessions:

  • Friday 25 May 2018: 7-9 pm
  • Friday 1 June 2018: 7-9 pm
  • Friday 8 June 2018: 7-9pm
  • Friday 15 June 2018: 7-9pm

Topics covered in this course:

  • Why we all feel Abandoned
  • How to eliminate Arguments
  • Identification and pushing buttons
  • Know what you really want, and what you do not

As a philosopher and expert in behaviour psychology, David Samuel has written several books on emotional, personal and business development; how to achieve a successful and balanced life. His work is focused on how to eliminate negative emotions, conflicts and anger, improving business and personal relationships while simultaneously activating and developing the latent qualities of our mind.

With 35 years of experience and thousands of intercultural case studies under his belt, David presents simple and clear concepts that anyone from any culture can integrate in their life: how to make your next relationship last a lifetime without the pains, conflicts and fears that have come to be “accepted” as normal.

David Samuel, discovered that learning how to speak carefully is one way to reduce conflicts, but in a relationship, that means we have to teach each new person we meet how to speak. Instead, David determined that learning how to listen is the key to making all your relationships successful, as you are the one constant in all your interactions.

Having helped countless people fix or find the loving relationship they sought, while developing a powerful sense-of-self and emotional freedom, he has gone on to create this latest workshop.

Earlybird and multiple booking discounts of up to 25%

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