Do you ever feel like the people you love most don’t understand you at all?
Communication issues are often at the heart of arguments with loved ones. It’s no one’s fault—most of us haven’t been taught how to properly speak to others when we’re feeling stressed or frustrated. Instead of focusing on solving an issue, we lash out and spread the misery we feel to others. Instead of speaking with kindness, we put our loved ones down, causing guilt in ourselves and emotional hurt in the other person.
In this course, led by How To Communicate Like a Buddhist author Cynthia Kane, we’ll explore the ideal methods of communication during times of stress and change the way we think about speaking with those that matter most to us.
In this course, you will learn:
-To identify the root cause of communication issues
-To speak with kindness, even in the most stressful moments
-To effectively state what you want and need without hesitation
-To make up properly after a fight
Dates and Time
This class will take place on June 11th, June 18th, and June 25th, 2018, from 8:30 – 10:00 pm Eastern time (5:30 – 7:00 pm Pacific Standard Time).
If you cannot attend one of the live sessions, a recorded copy will be emailed to you the following day.
How This Course Works
This is a three-session, live webinar event; please see the dates listed above.
At the designated times, you will log into your course’s classroom by clicking on the URL provided during registration (don’t worry, we’ll send you a reminder email the day before your class starts!)
You’ll be able to interact with your instructor through a chat box provided in the classroom. There will be time for Q&A after each presentation.
If you have any issues getting into the classroom on the day of your event, you will be able to call our class attendant for assistance.
Cynthia Kane received her BA from Bard College and her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and is a certified meditation and mindfulness instructor. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including the Washington Post, BBC Travel, Yoga Journal, Refinery29, Woman’s Day, Pregnancy Magazine and theHuffington Post. She lives in Washington, DC and offers workshops and private programs. Visit her at www.cynthiakane.com.