Here’s a new installment of Mel’s multiple-part podcast series to accompany his virtual course, Cultivating Intimate and Resilient Relationships. This time around, Mel explores the stagnating, counter-productive problem with silence in relationships.
This is another lean, insightful, and actionable essay in which Mel reveals…
- The difference between healthy, restorative silence and relationship disrupting silence
- Why the use of punitive silence is a relationship destroyer
- How low self-esteem and fear can lead to stifling your voice
- How to restore verbal and emotional intimacy through safe communication
Stay tuned! In future episodes, Mel will continue to explore other relationship specifics, providing an excellent precursor to the live course, Cultivating Intimate and Resilient Relationships, which will launch April 5, 2022 and include four weekly live sessions. Enroll now and reserve your spot!
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