Remember those days when the main source of tension in the staffroom was someone using Wendy’s organic Himalayan almond milk without asking? Or in the playground, when Shazi gave her last Hubba Bubba to Jaz and not Tom?
It seems like a much simpler time, doesn’t it?
Our friendship groups have been well and truly tested during the Covid-19 restrictions. Our social world suddenly reduced, leading to more tight-knit but intense relationships. Children, teachers, parents and families are expected to stay in bubbles, yet irritations and disagreements are rising as they spend more time together.
We don’t get to hear other points of view, we don’t get time out to calm down and we can’t ask for opinions or let off steam to others. In a bubble, no-one can hear you scream.
Without all the natural and unconscious ways we normally manage relationships and learn to get on, it’s understandable there will be a rise in ‘Bubble Trouble'.
But never fear, we’re here to help! With the best relationship since Kirsty MacColl and Shane MacGowan, Stephanie Davies, Founder and Head of Happiness at Laughology, and Ian Gilbert, Founder of Independent Thinking, have come together to bring you a free 45-minute interactive webinar all about The Art of Getting On.
And rather than singing or upsetting Radio 2 listeners, this webinar will cover:
With a vaccine just around the corner, keeping our cool and learning some tools and techniques will be vital to wellbeing and happiness for school teams and children.
So why don’t you join us and keep your bubble all lovely jubbly over the next few months?
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