Living Your True Nature in Relationships with Brenda Knowles – 2-13-16
December 29, 2015
Each of us comes to the relationships in our lives with our own habits and history, but grounded in our authentic, true nature. Relationship dynamics and role-playing can pull us away from our natural inclination, and make us feel like we need to behavior a certain way to make the people around us happy, or to fit the perception of who they think we are, or who we need to be to get love and attention. What does it take to remain true to our natural tendencies, despite social or family pressure? How should we deal with the conflict we feel amidst the pressure to behave a certain way? Join us this week when we speak with a coach who helps people uncover and validate their true nature, so that they can be their authentic selves in relationships.
Brenda Knowles is a personal and relationship coach for introverts and highly sensitive people. From childhood, Brenda felt the pressures to behave outside of her true introvert nature, and brings the lessons she learned in her own process of self-understanding to her work with clients. Her first-hand experience as a sensitive introvert allows her to have a deep understanding of client’s needs, and how they can exist in their relationships with other introverts and extroverts alike.
Brenda received a business degree from Michigan State University, focused on Materials and Logistics Management. She is trained in family mediation, and is a Myers Briggs practitioner.
Brenda has been the author of the space2live blog for the last 5 years, that is focused on her experiences of living in the world as a sensitive introvert. She is most at home connecting with her audience, and receives many e-mails from readers who connect to her story.
Brenda is the mother to two teens and a tween, and currently lives outside of Minneapolis, MN.
For more information about Brenda, please go to http://brendaknowles.com/.
To connect with Brenda’s blog, space2live, go to http://brendaknowles.com/blog/.