The sort of relationships we grew up with seem to be a thing of the past – without a doubt. The parents and children we saw in the TV shows when many of us were children are long lost memories. Sadly, the more accepted relationship is one that has what my guest calls “casual cruelty”. This is just one of many things I’ll discuss with Sheila Robinson-Kiss on this podcast of Ready for Love radio.
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These are some of the things we discussed –
- What prompted you to become involved in a love, relationship or sex related field?
- In a few sentences, how do you describe what you do and how you help people?
- How did you become interested in this subject of degradation in relationships?
- What has been the hardest thing about your work?
- What has been the most rewarding thing about your work?
- What is your personal story and how does it tie you to your work?
- How have you grown from the challenges in your life?
- What makes you believe in yourself?
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About Sheila Robinson-Kiss
The author of 4 books with nearly 20 years of clinical experience under her belt, Sheila Robinson-Kiss is the new voice urging you to take action and lift up your life in today’s disconnected relationship state. Sheila is on a mission to give people the tools to adapt to the fast-paced, distraction filled climate we live in. Sheila has provided high impact programs for companies like, American Family Insurance, The Department of Veteran’s Affairs, Pfizer, The Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and more.
Sheila taps into the soul and psyche of her audience by creating a long-lasting memorable experience. Event attendees walk out excited to implement what they have learned—strategies to meet real world challenges, take control of stress, and rethink the performance possibilities for their lives. She delivers fun, uplifting, interactive, programs, filled with well-researched, practical strategies, needed to sustain balance and high performance daily.
By creating awareness of the tough relationship climate in which we live, she provides the techniques to move forward with renewed compassion and balance. She moves beyond the “neat and tidy” relational paradigms of the past and offers relevant solutions for working and living today.
Sheila’s research was born out of the realization that the relationship environment has changed. In nearly two decades as a licensed clinical social worker, she witnessed a marked change in her clients. Reports of “casual cruelty” and the absence of deep, meaningful connections started to rise. People seemed more broken…busted…bruised…on edge. People’s work and relationships have suffered.
Her work explores how this new relationship environment shapes not just our roles as friends, parents, and partners, but also our behaviors as employees, employers, and consumers. The new state has impacted performance across all areas of life.
Our relationships are at the core of our experience as human beings; yet living, working, and loving happily is more difficult than ever. Sheila’s timely and compelling message allows the audience to finally “put a finger” on the disconnection and distraction they feel and shine a light on how we move forward from here, implement what we know, and take action to uplift our lives.
Her engaging, and energizing talks come from her soul. Sheila offers a realistic yet refreshing perspective on how each of us can work and thrive in business and in life.