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My name is Mark Webb and I am also a
LMFT. I just
wanted to say that I really enjoy your newsletter.You are very generous
with helpful direction in straight forward language. I
seen a newsletter as helpful. Most of them are fluffy or they
only seem to bait you. Keep up the good work and Best of Wishes,
Colorado Springs Marriage
and Family Therapist
Director of Counseling at Centered Life
(719) 471-2500, ext. 1
Relationship Secrets from Steve Roberts
People come to me and
complain about ineffective communication. Students in school with
other students and teachers, workers struggling with the boss or
fellow workers, couples, both married and not. They all experience
the confusion and hurt of misunderstandings, manipulations, and good
intensions gone awry.
I almost always find that
the real problem is not that “we don't communicate well,” but
that we do not listen
well. Hence, this report. Perhaps I can cut back on the learning
curve with this easy to follow information.
This is not rocket
science. Most of this we were taught back in kindergarten. Be kind.
Listen to who is speaking. Hold hands when someone feels hurt.
BUT, if it is so simple,
WHY do people not actually do it? Like so much in life it is really
quite simple but it just isn't easy. Why? One word: FEAR. We fear
getting hurt. We fear being manipulated. And, we fear that we will
not receive what we desperately need.
that's a big topic for another report. At this point, just be aware
that you will hit stuck spots in your listening and it is about your
or another's fear.
You'll get more on all of
this in the following pages. But for now, turn the page to the
promised Quick Start Guide, and let's get started!
PS No, this report
contains no religious language. It's just basic people skills.
Nonetheless, most spiritual traditions have deep respect for those
peaceful souls who have developed the wisdom to say little and listen
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is an experienced
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over 20 years of
practice. Married 35 years to Pam, his partner in life and
profession, he has
personally known the peaks
and valleys of the couple experience.
Steve is the Director of Counseling for Centered Life: Education,
Counseling & Spiritual Care in
Colorado Springs, Colorado. Holding two
Masters degrees (in Counseling and Theological Studies) he is licensed
State of Colorado as a Licensed Marriage and Family
Therapist and a Licensed Professional
Counselor. Additonally, he was a Pastor 6
years for the United Church of Christ,
co-pastoring with his wife, Pam, for 4 years.
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I can safely
Roberts with helping to keep my marriage and family intact to this day.
The new perspectives you help me find
are so valuable, words fail me... I love coming to see you,
because I always feel refreshed, renewed, and optimistic when I leave.
I can honestly say I do trust one man in this world to tell me the real
deal, the truth, and do so with grace, compassion and integrity as a
first-class therapist and coach. He has contributed to a change within
our family that is generational and will have an impact that will reach
far into the future. We know we still have a ways to go. Who
Steve is there as a buffer, a realist and source of love that has
profoundly affected change in me.
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