Why meditation is necessary if you want to learn how to do conflict
A simple guided mediation to do when you are REALLY upset...
How to set a boundary so you can actually get space to calm down
Exactly how you can calm yourself down in the midst of any fight or argument
How to "come back" and repair after you've calmed down
Another guided meditation to connect to the part of you that is very hurt, and young
About Your Guide
Marriage Coach & Relationship Educator, The Smart Couple
Jayson Gaddis was one locked up guy until he started to see that running away from conflict was only keeping him from the love he wanted, Jayson spends most of his day helping others have the relationships they want.
"Truthfully Jayson, I am so grateful for the work that you've done for relationships. It felt like I had a coach, especially during a "trigger" . . . Was so helpful and really useful to calm down.
I'm going through a break up during my ESH course and the meditations were crucial to finally get the support to start the real growth with ACTIONS. I am recommitting to the course as I am now restarting the course again to FULLY WORK through the material now. With the meditations I feel like I have a real outlet to sit with my "trigger" and your guidance has truly given me insight and a sense of relief on how to process the pain in a way that allows it to coexist rather then the pushing away, the avoiding - the very things we ask our partners not to do.
The insight I gained from this was how much a reflection relationships tend to be and the very thing we are asking from our partners is what we a truly asking from ourselves.
Plus your post about VALUING YOUR SELF LIKE A CHAMPION. That is my
new mantra when I am triggered - especially now.
Thank you Jayson! Love love love and am grateful for your work."
Jaclyn Sanchez, New York, NY Audio Engineer
Do you really want to fight for 3-4 hours, and let it drag into the next day?