Building Relationships (updated 04.03.2021)
Supporting relationships through reconciliation, forgiveness, apology and meeting relational needs
 
 
The learning process
 
 
Relational choices
 
 
Behaviour that puts your relationship at risk
 
 
Emotional needs
Do you know what your emotional needs are?
 
 
Love Language
 
 
Apology
 
 
Forgiveness
 
 
The Emotional Cup
 
 
Common behaviour patterns when relational needs are not met
 
 
Good listening
 
 
Bad listening
 
 
Contact
 
 
Teaching and courses
 
 
Relationship course to build professional teams
 
 
Courses for schools
Four session course for students 15yr plus
 
 
Results of parenting programme
Using the material on this web site
 
 
Questionaire - how do you want to be loved?
We all want to be loved in a specific way. This questionaire will help you identify how you want to be loved. It will be very useful for couples and parents
 
 
Questionaire - What are your emotional needs?
We all have emotional needs. What are they? This questionaire will help you identify your emotional needs.
 
 
Love Language Questionaire for teenagers
This questionaire will help the teenager to identify how he/she wants to be loved
 
 
Love Language mystery game
This game will help pre-teenagers to identify how they want to be loved
 
 
Communication quiz - exploring gender differences
#good communication is vital for a good relationships. How good is yours?
 
 
Stepfamilies - some issues and myths to consider
 
 

Teaching and courses

Teaching this material to other people has two great benefits:-

1.Helps you to really absorb the material yourself and put it into practice.

2.You will find how grateful people are when you introduce them to this material as everyone wants better relationships.

HOW DO YOU TEACH THIS MATERIAL ?

There are a few "golden rules" which if applied will in almost every case reap real benefits to all concerned.

1. Explain simply why a particular skill is required.

2. Give an example from your own life, preferably something that you have experienced in the last week however trivial. It brings the teaching to life.

3. Get the person you are teaching to practice the skill with you. (for example : get them to identify their emotional needs and describe how they are to be met. Then get them to guess yours etc )

4. Encourage them to practice after they have left you. If need be follow up with a phone call to see how they got on.

5. Give the person concerned a "post card" with the key skill information on it which they can pin on the frig or in the WC to help remind them about the relationship skill/topic.
These posts cards e-mailed on request.

COURSES

These can be arranged for groups of any size or individuals and tailored to their specific requirements. The material has been used with a variety of different size groups in a wide range of locations from prisons to company board rooms, conference halls,churhes, health clinics and schools

For further information contact

Chris Grimshaw
Tel 01803732032
e-mail info@sharphambarton.co.uk

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