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How To Improve Relationships With Others

£34

KNOW THE SECRETS OF ENDURING FRIENDSHIPS With Scientology principles that give you the ingredients of sincere relationships, you can easily build and maintain them. The breakthroughs in human relations you will learn on this course bring mutual agreement and happy, cooperative living.

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Product Description

EXACT AND SPECIFIC factors are common to all human relations, whether family or business, casual or intimate, short-term or long. When you know these components and how to use them, you can create affinity, mutual support and admiration that result in truly positive relationships.

There is a further exact element common to all disputes or upsets. When you know this factor and the precise formula to apply it, you can resolve any conflict and restore harmony and understanding.

On the How to Improve Relationships with Others Course you will learn:

  • The components of understanding – three factors that form an interrelated triangle you can use with anyone.
  • The steps to resolve rightness and wrongness in a relationship, especially when the asserted rightness threatens to drive one and all onto the rocks.
  • The two rules for happy living.

These breakthroughs in human relations – along with the other important factors you will learn on this course – bring mutual agreement and happy, cooperative living.

Please note this is a course to be done in the course room at Bournemouth Mission. Please print out your email confirmation and bring it with you when you come to start the course.

“Through this course I truly feel better equipped not only to handle current relationships but also to fix old ones and create new ones. I feel really knowledgeable on the subject of mankind and it seems like I can actually handle my life!” – G.W.

“I learned how to better relationships with people in all areas – business partners, groups I work with and individually as well. I learned how to repair broken relationships if I choose to and how to help people be right when they are apparently wrong, without condemning them.” – A.H.