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Relational Expectations1w1: Deep Dive For Two Relationship Course

Our relationships with others are what matter most to us. If our expectations are fulfilled through our interactions with others people stay in relationships.

If expectations aren’t met, people will perform or show up in less than satisfactory ways, create unnecessary conflict, divorce or simply resign (or leave).

Whether the relationship is personal or professional, we can help!

If you want your relationships at home and work to be exciting, rewarding, productive, sustainable, and to generate well-being, we suggest that you invest in learning how to articulate and fulfill the expectations of all relationship partners!

You can avoid spending any more time and money managing destructive conflict in your relationships.

We coach and facilitate using The WeWay® Relational Development System to help people learn how to build relationships that are considerate, collaborative and cooperative so that increased productivity, longevity and sustainability can be experienced.

Thank you for checking out The WeWay!

If we can help with anything please contact us or leave a reply below.

 

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  1. Sandi

    Wendy;
    Remember me from MCC in the Valley? Saw that you were in a conference with Barbara Marx Hubbard. Met her in Sarasota, FL. Great person.
    Sandi Sonagere.

    • Hi, Sandi! How are you doing! Yes I remember you! I continue to do work with many from the Birth 2012 celebration. The Center for Consciousness Education where I am the Executive Director is a HUB for Barbara’s work in the world. A group of us called “Co-Creator’s Convergence” get together two times a month on conference calls and have a five day retreat once a year. Our third year happens next June. Check out Co-Creator’s Convergence on facebook and see if it might interest you. Let me know what you have been up to and what is happening in Florida! Do you attend the MCC there? Let me know and thanks for sending a note to connect. Peace and Blessings – W

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