Why do we get along so well with some people, but not with others?
Have you ever...
- Gotten stuck in conversation with someone who won’t stop talking?
- Asked a ton of questions but never got one back?
- Wished for more silence in connection?
- Wanted everyone to stop talking and just get things done?
If any of the above are true for you, you’ve probably thought “wow, people suck at communication.”
But what if all this difference could actually be easy to navigate? What if it isn’t based in complex social rules, but a simple set of languages that we can teach you to start understanding and using today?
Introducing the Relating Languages
A reliable, research-supported system for breaking down communication and conversations into manageable parts.
The language of curiosity and exploration
The language of receptivity and contemplation
The language of sharing personal or topical information
The language of challenge and creation
"Relating Languages represents the key to unlocking truly universal accessibility for the Social-Emotional learning curve that I believe is necessary to save our planet."
— Jennifer Nicolaisen, Co-Founder and Executive Director of SeekHealing
"All of a sudden I saw conversation not as a thing, but as a process that can be broken down, taken apart, and re-created in a different way."
— Roxana Sufan
"Relating Languages has moved to the forefront of my mind as I train for this new sales job. You’re really mapped out communication styles in a model that satisfies a deep craving for social understanding that I’ve had for years without really knowing it."
— Truett Harris
"If you enjoy the 5 Love Languages, you are bound to appreciate The Relating Languages! It is surprisingly simple, accessible, applicable and helpful for all people, and I believe, will become a household name for improving relationship dynamics and psychosocial-emotional intelligence. I am excited to integrate this model into personal, professional, and familial relationships!"
— Kat Fleming
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