Listen to “The Surprising Benefits of Having Difficult Conversations with Sarah Peyton” on Spreaker.
Do you struggle to get your family, friends, or perhaps your medical professionals to listen? Do you cringe when you want to say no or discuss a volatile topic? And what about the conversations that feel polarized?
The majority of us sometimes relate to the above questions, I know I sure do. So I invited one of our most popular guests, Sarah Peyton, back on the show to talk about having difficult conversations—whether you have to deliver bad news, talk about complex topics, or are unsure what’s safe to talk about or not, Sarah’s gives us insights, including
• The skills and strength to say no, even when it is hard,
• Let go of expectations of what might have been,
• Ways to support yourself and others with the fascinating skill of “insistent with kindness,”
• How to be okay and connected with someone going through a tough time,
plus so much more
More About Our Guest: Sarah Peyton is the author of W.W. Norton’s Your Resonant Self, Your Resonant Self Workbook and Affirmations for Turbulent Times. And she has a new program called Lightness When Things Are Difficult: NVC and Resonant Language Dialogue Skills starting next week, so time is of the essence if you’d like to attend. https://sarahpeyton.com/event/lightness-when-things-are-difficult-nvc-and-resonant-dialogue-skills/
Sarah is an internationally sought-after teacher and speaker about how relationships and language transform the brain and prevent and heal trauma. Audience members leave Sarah’s presentations with more wisdom and self-compassion, often for the first time. Learn more at www.SarahPeyton.com
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