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  • Writer's pictureMona Cooley

Are You Ready?

Picture this… family situations in total chaos, drama with everyone snapping at each other and you can’t escape fast enough. Sound familiar? You may be asking yourself, “Why is this happening?” You put your head in your hands at a loss of what to do next. The turmoil and drama continues to get worse while you say:

“I don’t know how long I can do this. This has been going on for so long; I don’t know what else to do. I am desperate for help. I tip toe to prevent more conflict. No matter what I do, nothing is working.”

Are you ready to do what it takes to change the turmoil, frustration and ongoing drama?

Are you ready to commit time to work through a process that gives you positive outcomes?

Are you ready to learn the tools and practice them weekly so they stick for the long term?

Are you ready to know how to listen to what can make a difference and then implement it?

Are you ready to hear from those with lived experience that now have relationships that work?

Are you ready to be engaged in conversations by sharing your experiences, thoughts and feelings?

Are you ready to stick to it even though it is uncomfortable?

The individuals who are ready to lean into a process of changing what is not working, commit to practicing tools that are making a difference, and stick to it even when uncomfortable will see relief, less drama and more peace.


Be ACCOUNTABLE to do what it takes to get more harmony?

Be COMMITTED to practicing the tools to change drama?

Be ENGAGED in honest conversation to promote positive outcomes?

Ace It! Experience A Dramatic Difference!

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