Welcome to the Relationship Center

Here at The Relationship Center, it is our mission to help you get along better with the important people in your life, including yourself, at home and at work.
 
Empowering yourself from the InsideOut by understanding the world from a place where you engage the power of relinquishing your desire to control everything, while focusing inward on what you can do to manage the challenges of your life while steering in the direction you want to go.
 
Upon opening yourself up to Choice Theory, you can feel empowered by the possibilities. Choice Theory applies to every aspect of your life. It begins as an explanation for all human behavior, then morphs into a lens with which you process the world and then it become the way you life your life to your optimal advantage.
 

Are You Ready To:

• Get to know yourself better?
• Learn if your actions align with your values?
• Prioritize your needs?
• Pay attention to the relationship you forge with yourself?
• Determine what are your non-negotiables?
• Hold your own compass and find your true path?

You’ll Discover

  • Insights and suggestions gained by surveying happy couples
  • Practical advice from experts
  • Tips for identifying problems
  • A 3-step process for surviving affairs
  • Move beyond “tolerating” differences to appreciating
  • How to meet your partner’s needs and your own at the same time

Create a Diverse Workforce

  • Decrease Gossip in the Workplace
  • Decrease Time Mediating Disputes between Employees
  • Prevent Discrimination Litigation
  • Create a Respectful Workplace for Everyone
  • Improve Employee Morale
  • Reduce Paid Sick Time

Understand Relationships

  • Do relationships often leave you confused?
  • Do you wonder how two people can be on such different pages most of the time?
  • Do you find it challenging to obtain or maintain meaningful relationships?
I am trying to do some more video this year. I've been reluctant because my equipment isn't great but I got a ring light which should help and it doubles as a tripod that I can stick my cellphone on. I've been experimenting and it's been fun! What's your favorite piece of video equipment? #videoscomingsoon #choicetheory #videos ...
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Mental FreedomIn the first lesson of Mental Freedom, we explore the concept of personal responsibility. There are several myths wrapped up with the word responsibility. Where does it start and where does it end?Here are four myths people often believe:Myth #1: You aren't responsible if you do something by accident.You are responsible for every action you take. Every action has consequences—some of them good, some neutral and some bad. There is a difference between being responsible and being culpable. If your actions caused the consequence, you are responsible whether or not you intended those consequencesMyth #2: You can blame your actions on another person.People with challenges in the responsibility realm, often try to blame their actions on other people. You may hear, “I didn’t want to do it but so-and-so made me!” This is a myth. No one can make you do something you don’t want to do.Myth #3: You are responsible for the things other people do.When we fall into the role of rescuer or protector, we sometimes try to “fix” things for other people. This is accepting responsibility for what others are responsible for. You are not responsible for other people. When you choose to take on that responsibility you may be robbing that person of experiencing the learning from their experiences.Myth #4: You are responsible for the harm others have committed against you. This is seen often with victims of child abuse, domestic violence or crime. When you lose power over your own body and sense of safety, it can be so difficult to reconcile, that you often search for a reason that you can fix, so it doesn’t happen again. With child abuse victims, the pain of placing responsibility in the hands it belongs, the perpetrator's, is often too painful, so self-blame results.To move toward Mental Freedom, it is critical to take responsibility for everything you do—the good, the bad and the ugly. In addition, it is also equally important to stop taking responsibility for the things you didn’t do. #mentalfreedom #myths #choicetheory #responsibility ...
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In this episode, I interview fellow podcaster and therapist, Dick Goldberg. Dick has been a psychotherapist for over 40 years. He has also been a PBS producer and host, a public radio host, a current podcaster, and the author of several books. Dick discusses the ten secrets he has discovered for increasing your likeability factor.Listen in at life-choices.captivate.fm/episode/be-liked-by-almost-anyone.To contact Dick, he can be reached at DickGoldbergRadio.com. ...
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2020: Lessons Learned

2020: Lessons Learned

2020 was a helluva year. Most people are looking forward to 2021 so they can put 2020 in their rearview mirror. I don’t blame them… I’m ready to leave 2020 in the dust also, but not before I examine the year for lessons learned because there were many. Most of you who...

COVID and the Holidays

COVID and the Holidays

There’s two days until Christmas, so it’s likely you’ve already made your holiday plans. The CDC, Dr. Fauci and many politicians and leaders are advocating staying home for the holidays. This is a challenging situation and one that, at least in the US, has been left...

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What are people saying...

I really appreciate you and what you are doing for this world. It has truly inspired me. I started Choice Theory thinking that it is just another theory to learn. Instead it has put me on a journey to self discovery and more. It feels like a roller coaster ride and the past 4 days has shown me how to enjoy that ride. It would not have been possible without having gone through a great and empowering training with you.

Lia

Relationships are difficult and in those tough times , Kim’s insight and wisdom have helped me to become the parent, husband, and friend that I want to be. It is a blessing to have someone that provides you the balance you need to evolve. I now realize that it’s not about being who “they” want you to be but being the best YOU that you can be…Thanks Kim!

Sylvester

"For me, reading 'Choosing Me Now' was tantamount to spending a much needed weekend with a good friend who had my back. It brought me back to the important stuff with such gentleness and I've left more connected and more on my own side than I've been in a long time. Exactly the kind of friend I needed right now. Thank you Kim!"

Jo Watson, Birmingham, UK

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