|About the Book|
Co-creating Good, Healthy Relationships: Living Life The WeWay With Everyone, Every Day shows us that choosing to make a shift in how we interact in our relationships can help solve the critical challenges facing humanity today. Practical steps andMoreCo-creating Good, Healthy Relationships: Living Life The WeWay With Everyone, Every Day shows us that choosing to make a shift in how we interact in our relationships can help solve the critical challenges facing humanity today. Practical steps and templates are provided to show us how to collectively transform from competitive relationships (MeWay) to collaborative relationships (WeWay) where partners experience increased levels of care, understanding, connectivity, and respect. When we make the shift to the WeWay, we learn what it means to truly love (our neighbor, our partner, our family, yes, even our boss). A unique how-to, this innovative book helps people form value-based agreements, which increase connection and trust in any relationship. Showing readers how to honor the core values of their agreement, the tools presented help ensure meaningful growth in personal and professional relationships for the long haul by drastically reducing the amount of destructive conflict and negative drama. When we agree together what the relationship path looks like for us before we begin, it makes it so much easier to remain on the path and to walk our talk.. When we agree together on the script in advance, it makes the dialogue and interactions between the actors easier. Doing relationships the WeWay also saves thousands of dollars spent in later years on therapy and relationship-repair seminars to deal with MeWay power struggles. A seminal text on relationships, Co-creating Good, Healthy Relationships guides readers to a better understanding of the theory and practice inherent to relating in the WeWay. Readers around the world will see the value of improving all their relationships by embracing the WeWay. Coaxed by her own personal experience of total relational devastation, author Wendy Foxworth wrote Co-creating Good, Healthy Relationships and developed the WeWay Relational Development System, after her life as a MeWay Christian minister nearly cost her everything. Losing her spouse, home, job, friends, family, and reputation, Wendy found new life and purpose as a spiritual teacher and relationship coach by embracing her journey and living now, the WeWay.