Open Your Heart After A Disagreement

A 5 step process to transform any personal or work relationship after an argument or disagreement.
Instructor:
Sarah McCrum
11 students enrolled
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By the end of this course you will have learned how to recover from a disagreement or argument in any relationship (personal or professional).
You will learn a simple 5 step process to open your heart and make peace in any relationship.
You will learn how to take a different perspective that unites people and makes relationships work much better.
You will learn how to connect with the other person so you can cooperate with each other again.
You will learn how to let go of feeling hurt and be loving again.
You will learn how to do all of this sincerely, in a way that transforms the relationship.

Open Your Heart After A Disagreement does exactly what it says it does. It teaches you a process you can use any time you have a fight, argument or disagreement with another person – whether at home or at work.

When you do this process you end up being able to let go of the fight quickly so you can connect with the other person again, even if you feel they have done something wrong towards you.

You will discover how to open your heart and feel love and kindness again, releasing anger, bitterness, hurt, disappointment and other negative feelings towards them.

Why take this course?

If you would like to be able to connect more deeply with people.

If you want to let go of hurt and pain in any of your relationships.

If it help you to be able to work more harmoniously with other people.

Many disagreements carry on silently long after they take place. You may continue to have negative feelings towards the other person or find it hard to be fully open with them. You may react by withholding your love and affection, or by being less cooperative.

This can build up over time to create tension and unhappiness, which gradually damages the relationship. You are then more likely to fight or disagree and the situation may get worse and worse.

This all changes when you learn an effective process for healing the relationship. Instead of arguments hurting you both they can become opportunities for growth and development.

Your love in personal relationships will increase and deepen if you use this process every time you fight. And at work you will create more and more harmonious relationships with your colleagues (and a much more enjoyable workplace) if you have the skills to grow from the inevitable disagreements that take place from time to time.

How long does it take?

It will take you a bit more than one hour when you first do it. Once you have mastered the process you will be able to do it in 5 to 10 minutes in most situations.

You can do the entire course in one sitting, or break it up if you prefer.

What’s included?

There are 8 videos, between 4 and 13 minutes long and a workbook. The videos explain the 5 key steps you need to take the transform the situation, with lots of examples.

For each step you will need to take some notes or do a short exercise to make sure you apply the process personally.You can use the course workbook or your own notebook for taking notes. If you don’t like writing you can speak out loud into a recording device (eg on your mobile or computer), or even just speak out loud (make sure you are somewhere no one can hear you).

The 5 steps to open your heart

1
Introduction

What does it mean to open your heart?

Why is it better to open your heart after a disagreement, rather than just let go of it?

How you can use this approach at home and also at work.

How to use this course.

2
Step 1 Heal

Heal your inner victim

How do we make ourselves powerless?

Identify the blame.

The power of love vs fear.

How to heal the victim.

Journal exercise.

3
Step 2 Express

Express how you feel

Identifying your deeper emotions.

How does the other person make you feel?

How to identify the key emotions.

Journal exercise.

4
Step 3 Admit

Admit your similarity with the other person

How our emotions affect other people.

Your experience is a reflection of your energy.

How to find the other person's behaviour in you.

5
Step 4 Recognise

Recognise the other person's contribution

Recognise how the other person is helping you.

Express your gratitude and appreciation.

Journal exercise.

6
Step 5 Tune In

Tune in to what YOU really really want.

Bringing it all back to you.

Connect with what you want - for yourself and your relationship.

Take the limits off.

Journal exercise.

7
Application

Tips on how to apply this process in mid argument.

8
Conclusion

Resistance

Humility

Who's right and who's wrong?

Connectedness

Love vs fear

Acceptance

Repeating the process

You can view and review the lecture materials indefinitely, like an on-demand channel.
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