Episode 005: How We Sabotage Important Conversations
How do you raise an important issue, get someone to understand your point of view and achieve a satisfactory outcome that resolves the issue? It’s a great question and easier said than done! But you can learn how to do this and do it well. There is a fine art to having a challenging conversation and in this episode, Robin explores how to have those uncomfortable conversations we all want to avoid. With insights to creating relationships in which you can fully be yourself and others can do the same through better communication. As well as an in depth look at how we sabotage important conversions and actively block ourselves from learning what’s really going on and achieving a meaningful resolution.
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Books Mentioned: by Byron Katie
Robin LaCross is a holistic health practitioner who specializes in women’s reproductive health. She has been using and teaching natural birth control methods for over 25 years. Robin is passionate about empowering women and making sure all girls grow up knowing and understanding their bodies.
Robin believes that by changing the way parents talk to their kids about sex we can reduce unintended pregnancies and the spread of STDs in the world. To this end, Robin founded the HPV Education Project to raise awareness about the virus and the problems it causes. She also created a pair of online interview series called the Raising Empowered Daughters Summit and the Raising Empowered Kids Interview Series where she interviewed over 40 experts on a wide variety of topics designed to empower parents to communicate freely with their children about growing up, sex, relationships and staying safe.
Robin helps parents prepare for these challenging conversations by offering online training programs, private coaching and through her weekly radio show, Holistic Sex Ed Radio.
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