What does a positive friendship look like?
with Sue Saunders
On this podcast we asked Sue Saunders 'what does a positive friendship look like?'
As Director of Education for Human Givens College, Sue teaches numerous courses for us including the new diploma-linked course: Improving Relationships – at work, at home and in the community.
On this valuable course, you will discover why all relationships from siblings, work colleagues and couples, to neighbours, social groups and friendships are important to our emotional wellbeing – and how you can create, build and maintain positive relationships. View the course here.
Aristotle Nicomachean Ethics - the 3 kinds of friendships :
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