Well-meaning teachers and parents tell children to work out problems on their own. As a result, most adults are still utilizing the same survival strategies to address interpersonal issues as they did when they were young children. Imagine how much better it would be if teachers and parents modeled and taught children how to resolve conflicts, negotiate differences, consider other people's perspectives, get curious, clarify assumptions, handle misunderstandings, and understand and diminish their defensiveness.
In Act Good, we present a model for diminishing defensiveness and increasing authenticity. You are introduced to skills that allow you to manage yourself well, collaborate effectively with others, and create successful relationships.
Act Good provides you with skills that allow you to:
After all, we didn't learn everything in kindergarten.