Our “Distancing Relationship” Community Zoom Call

Peace, ease, and freedom in ALL your relationships

For many of us during this time of “physical distancing” we’re finding ourselves at home, sheltered in place, and in close-quarters with family members, and just maybe feeling a bit overwhelmed by it all.

We have a community Zoom call coming up Sunday April 19, 2020 at 4 PM Pacific. Today in this episode and conversation we want to give you a little preview about what we may be talking about in the community call.

It could be said that family is a network of relationships. ~ Lon&Sandy

If you’d like to join us on the Zoom call Sunday, head over to RelationShipByDesign.com and go to the Community Page. At the bottom of the page there’s a place to sign-up to receive notifications about this and other upcoming Zoom community calls - where you’ll be emailed the unique links needed to join us on the calls.

And we’d love to see you there!

Lon&Sandy, Paul&Carol, Zach&Sierra

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