Getting to Zero Jayson Gaddis
Getting To Zero:
How To Work Through Conflict In Your High Stakes Relationships
A practical guide to minimizing conflict that can benefit anyone and everyone!
Conflict is something we all deal with all the time. As human beings, we experience conflict in relationships that we are invested in whether that be a family, romantic or professional relationship. Often, conflict carries the negative connotation of a relationship struggling. But conflict actually is one of the greatest opportunities to reestablish connection and closeness. Join Jayson Gaddis, as he walks you through how to stop running away from uncomfortable conversations and instead learn how to work through them and come out stronger on the other side.
Click below to pre-order and receive these awesome goodies as a thank you from Jayson:
- Instant Access to Chapter 1: get the ball rolling, start reading and start building the foundation to your journey of “getting to zero”
- VIP Virtual Launch Party Invite: come join Jayson on the book launch day and celebrate with other supporters! There will be a special guest appearance as well as other big names in the relationship and self help industry will be there!
- 4-part Conflict Video Mini-Series: Jayson breaks down the four key concepts in the book into four 10-minute videos so you can get started learning how to implement “getting to zero” in your life, understanding your relational blueprint, how to process your own triggers and the other person’s triggers.
- Invite to our Relationship Community Support Facebook Group: where you can share your experiences, questions and reflections with other self-growth focused and like-minded individuals from all around the world
“As a couples therapist, professor, and relationship educator, I am excited to recommend Getting to Zero to my clients and students. Jayson Gaddis is a magnificent teacher‑‑thoughtful, warm, nerdy, practical, and wise. The approach he offers on these pages is one that serves our bodies, our minds, our hearts, and our souls. Dive in! You are going to be so glad you did… and the people you love will be so glad too!” — Alexandra H. Solomon, PhD, faculty, School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University; author of Loving Bravely and Taking Sexy Back