Bryn Hazell from the Center For Compassionate Living discusses how to converse with someone who has a differing point of view on an issue of personal importance. Often we spend more time wanting to prove someone wrong which often interferes with our core intention of understanding and clarifying. Why sabotage our own efforts? Bryn Hazell offers some hints on how to keep the conversation open, focusing on a goal of understanding and respectfully sharing information.
Ways to engage others in stating an observation rather than label or judge behind one's back. Bryn Hazell, Founder of the Center for Compassionate Living, offers ways to share thoughts and observations for an improved and caring connection with others…avoiding judgments, conflict, and martyrdom.
Our role in setting the platform for expressing our thoughts and observations…identifying our role in the creation of one's sense of privilege.
Bryn Hazell from the Center for Compassionate Living examines the value of forgiveness both personally and in relationships
Sara Wiener loves working with adolescents and she provides training and education to young adults and families to assist them in developing function skills to improve their daily lives.
Bryn Hazell from the Center for Compassionate Living suggests approaching the holidays with less expectations of perfection and more thought around intention.
Bryn Hazell from the Center for Compassionate Living offers effective strategies on how to ask for wants and needs without blame or guilt.
A conversation with Bryn Hazell about the value of listening in order to successfully to connect with others.
Shanti Oconnor, founder of Rooted and Open and the nonprofit, Bend Birth Connection, talks openly about the birthing conditions and trauma of mothers in our country. The United States has the highest number of mother fatalities and physical injuries during delivery of all developed countries. Rooted and Open helps women talk about not only the physical injuries and challenges but the traumatic experiences minimized by support, conversation, and change.
Conversation with Bryn Hazell about the value of appreciation in building and supporting relationships.
A conversation on reconnecting with others when the outcome was not what was desired due to anger and misconceptions.
A conversation with Bryn Hazell from the Center for Compassionate Living, on enhancing and supporting healthy relationships by avoiding self-created assumptions.
Carolyn Esky and Chantal Strobel discuss the Deschutes Public Library's Author, Author speaker series, 2018, highlighting "Underground Railroad" by Colson Whitehead, appearing in Bend, Feb 18, 2018.