Tag Archives: Communication

Relationship Armageddon 2 Defensiveness

Dr. Nelson discusses Gottman’s second contributor to the relationship Armageddon- Defensiveness.Dr. This is the second of four videos in the series [Defensiveness, Stonewalling, Criticism, and Contempt]. Video Series by Dr. Nelson Relationship Poison: Resentment Fixing or Advice Giving Relationship Armageddon: Stonewalling Defensiveness Criticism Contempt Relationship Judo: Boundaries Reflecting Feelings Give Up Being Right How to… Read More »

Relationship Armageddon 3- Criticism

Dr. Nelson discusses Gottman’s third relationship Armageddon contributor- Criticism. This is the third of four videos in the series [Defensiveness, Stonewalling, Criticism, and Contempt]. Video Series by Dr. Nelson Relationship Poison: Resentment Fixing or Advice Giving Relationship Armageddon: Stonewalling Defensiveness Criticism Contempt Relationship Judo: Boundaries Reflecting Feelings Give Up Being Right How to Tame Your… Read More »

Relationship Judo: Giving Up Being Right

Dr. Nelson explains how to improve relationships by giving up the goal or need to be right and instead changing the goal to understanding and helping the other feel heard. This is a video is part of the Relationship Judo Series. Video Series by Dr. Nelson Relationship Poison: Resentment Fixing or Advice Giving Relationship Armageddon:… Read More »

Relationship Judo: Reflecting Feelings

Dr. Nelson explains how to communicate more effectively using a counseling technique called reflecting feelings. This is a video is part of the Relationship Judo Video Series. Video Series by Dr. Nelson Relationship Poison: Resentment Fixing or Advice Giving Relationship Armageddon: Stonewalling Defensiveness Criticism Contempt Relationship Judo: Boundaries Reflecting Feelings Give Up Being Right How… Read More »

Relationship Judo: Boundaries

Dr. Nelson explains how to improve relationships by establishing and maintaining clear Boundaries. This is a video is part of the Relationship Judo Video Series. Video Series by Dr. Nelson Relationship Poison: Resentment Fixing or Advice Giving Relationship Armageddon: Stonewalling Defensiveness Criticism Contempt Relationship Judo: Boundaries Reflecting Feelings Give Up Being Right How to Tame… Read More »

Relationship Poison: Fixing or Advice Giving

Dr. Nelson explains how giving advice or trying to fix things instead of attentive and supportive listening can damage a relationship and escalate a disagreement. This is a video is part of the Relationship Poison Series. Video Series by Dr. Nelson Relationship Poison: Resentment Fixing or Advice Giving Relationship Armageddon: Stonewalling Defensiveness Criticism Contempt Relationship… Read More »

Leading Team Members with PTSD (RTYC 318 unedited)

Successfully leading your team when mental health issues and disorders are a factor can be challenging, but all leaders can set their entire team up for success. This episode talks about PTSD. *This is the video version of the daily Leadership Podcast “Run To Your Challenges” with some extra value. Source: Youtube

“My Therapist Says I Apologize and Blame Myself Too Much. Is He Wrong?”

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The Art and Science of Suffering | Julia DiGangi | TEDxDePaulUniversity

Through her work with torture survivors, combat veterans, bereaved parents and orphans, Julia DiGangi has become intimately acquainted with the many faces of suffering—and it was through this work that she sought to understand both the scientific underpinnings and the spiritual consequences of stress and trauma. She shares what she has learned about various forms… Read More »

Story Time Life With PTSD

Story Time Life With PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Hope you enjoyed please like a subscribe. For business enquiries email bigslipo@hotmail.com twitter Tweets by butler_angi facebook https://www.facebook.com/angela.butler.900 PayPal paypal.me/AngiButler Source: Youtube