Relationships are undoubtedly one of the most important aspects of our lives. The way we relate has its beginning, as does everything else, in our childhood. What would it look like if we could set our children up to relate differently from their earliest stages: to have friendships that build up rather than tear down, to have healthy and appropriate boundaries, to handle conflict in ways that create more depth in relationships? We believe that, if we can teach the kids we love to relate differently today, it will change the fabric of their lives into adulthood as friends, spouses, co-workers and even parents themselves. This workshop will focus on social milestones we believe all kids need to reach, and are reaching in lesser degrees today than ever before. We’ll talk about how to help them see past themselves to have awareness, empathy, and even learn to say those three important words, “I’m sorry.” Finally, we’ll break down several practical ideas to help our kids create and maintain foundational, lifelong relationships, no matter their age.