I’d like to invite you to the Playful Relationships Mini-Workshop. When you add play to your relationships, they blossom. Deepen lasting relationships, and nurture new ones, in this class designed to inspire you, and give you practical ideas.
Here’s some questions we’ll explore:
What does a playful relationship feel like?
How do I add play to my current friendships? What happens when there is conflict?
Would you like to feel rejuvenated after spending time with friends or your partner, or just be able to have fun yourself?
The Playful Relationships course is for you if:
o You love your friends, but you keep doing the “same old, same old” things together
o You’d like to bring back a sense of fun and joy with your partner
o There’s this one “friend” that you have a friendship of obligation, you still appreciate this person, but your relationship needs to shift and grow, but you have not talked about it.
o You have not gone out to have fun, just for you, for a while, and you’re feeling stale
Join the Playful Relationships course and find out how to:
- Start “Play Dates” with your friends, and generate fresh ideas for fun activities
- Add playfulness to your partnership to add joy and inspiration
- Rejuvenate your own sense of play, stop judging yourself for wanting to play, and celebrate your love of play
o Kindred Spirits–Friends that Fit
o Play Dates for Grown-Ups—Fresh Ideas and Ways to Create
o Yes, No, Later & Thank You—Playful Negotiations for Playful Times
Join the Playful Relationships mini-workshop, and deepen your connections and joy in relationships.
Thursday, March 12, 2015
Time: 3 pm. Central Time (4 p.m. Eastern, 1 p.m. Pacific)
The call will be recorded, so if you cannot make it, you’re welcome to listen to the recording another time.
Yes, I’m in!
“Play keeps us vital and alive. It gives us an enthusiasm for life that is irreplaceable. Without it, life just doesn’t taste good.” Lucia Capacchione
“Play, and make life taste good.” Kathy Oppegard, Life Coach