Welcome to The Loveseat. A free, live interactive virtual workshop that covers some of our hardest topics around our mental health, emotional wellness, relationship topics and much more. This workshop is designed to provide you with education and tools specific to the targeted subject. In addition we are here to create a supportive atmosphere which allows you to learn from and connect with others that are experiencing similar issues. Here at N'Perfect Balance, we understand that not all issues require multiple sessions in our office, but that a little help from time to time can go a long way. So grab a topic, have a seat and feel the love.
When doing it the way we've been doing it, is now boring. Let's chat about how to have a sensitive conversation when one person is okay with how things are going and the other person is not.
As a people, racism has been a topic that has haunted us for generations. It has not only survived time, it pierces and taunts worlds causing wars both internally and externally. But with our knowledge of, how do we battle racism and maintain our mental health around the subject? Let's chat about the mental highs and lows experienced because of racism and how do we get to a mental middle.
Sometimes we may notice that something maybe wrong or even know that it is, but we find it hard to address or help with some of the mental health issues we or our loved ones are facing. How do we start the conversation and face all the negative thoughts surrounding the topic? Find out in this upcoming Loveseat.
Is your relationship not charging? Are you pugged in? Find out different ways to get reconnected. Get some tips on things that can possibly help. And hear how others are doing it.
How did a topic so personal and private become so public? Let's chat about how opinions around sexuality impact and shape behavior responses and our mental health. When does the opinion cross the line?
Helping loved ones who are experiencing domestic violence is often a very tough topic. How do I help, when should I help, do they want the help, Is it my business to help, are all questions that haunt us when we know someone is hurting. But, what do we do? Let's talk!
So often the saying "they are bipolar" when we interact with others that may not control their emotions the way we think they should becomes a topic of discussion. But emotional highs and lows does not always mean someone is suffering from a mental disorder. Let's talk about the difference between Bipolar disorder vs emotional response imbalances and temper tantrums. Join in!
Misery loves company, but not always is it the healthy kind. How do we not invite people into our negative space or how do we prevent ourselves from joining in? What makes us want to share our pain with others, even when they are unrelated to the issue? Let's talk about the invitations we send to others to feel bad and the impact it has on our relationships & mental health.
This is such a touchy topic. Mainly because when someone is experiencing emotional abuse it is not always visible by sight. Plus there are so many ways a person can experience emotional abuse. In our time together on this topic we will discuss ways on how to detect if you are in an emotionally abusive relationship and what to do next. And please make note that intimate relationships are not the only kind of relationships that suffer from emotional abuse. Don't miss it!
Overwhelmed with trying to make your relationship 50/50...STOP! No relationship is 50/50. I am not sure who sold us on this idea but this was a bad hand as nothing is always fair! But, that doesn't mean we can't have a great relationship. Opening our minds to the idea of give and take as well as compromise, starts the making of a great relationship; because after all, great relationships are made. Let's discuss how this can be done.
What does it look like when we become too grown to accept advise, suggestions or correction. Adjustments are required as a part a life, so why does it feel so bad when someone else points them out to us? Let's chat about how to receive and give helpful information to one another without poking the bear.