As social beings we hold an innate drive to socialize. We seek out social interactions with others because it provides us with many rewards and personal fulfillment vital to adapt to our surroundings and successfully function in particular settings such as at home, at work, in school, in business and in foreign regions. Healthy social interactions also bring us emotional elan and enhance our psychological and physical well being.
Our social experiences also mold our identity, give us a sense of belonging, validate our self-worth, and provide direct and indirect sense of safety and security to our surroundings. However achieving positive and fulfilling social interactions is contingent on the significant group contributors to the socialization process (e.g., family members, friends, life partners, coworkers, neighbors, etc.) and how well the "socializee" learns and to some degree appropriates other's values in order to gain admittance and acceptance into their fold.
The sustainability of acceptance and social inclusion is also contingent on how well each party reciprocates the other's shared values over time and how well any differences are managed.
Unfortunately, when essential values in an established social bond are not shared or fairly reciprocated from the onset by all participants, or if the social bond becomes fractured (in part or in whole) over time, the subsequent emotional let down for those adversely affected often leads to grave disappointment, anger, frustration, helplessness, vulnerability. decreased self-esteem and loss of control to find the needed remedy. These negative emotions including reluctance to leave an unrewarding relationship have shown to occur in direct proportion to the qualitative and quantitative vestments made over time.
Furthermore, a lack of identified expectations, needs and boundaries as well as low self-confidence run the added risk for the cycle of abuse to flourish and grow in intensity and severity over time. As the cycle of abuse occurs with increased frequency so does the emotional neglect, psychological harms, even varying degrees of physical assaults, sexual exploitation and financial losses by those feeling in control and intent to solely satisfy their own needs and benefits without any regard as to how others may become adversely impacted by their corrosive actions.
Our RemedyBlox Personal Development Programs are designed to help individuals readily identify critical patterns in destructive behaviors, recognize toxic relationships and provide them with practical tools to help mitigate against future risks and harms while instilling self-confidence and empowerment to alleviate real and perceived fears that prevent them from making necessary changes in their lives and interactions with others.
Our subject matter advisers are well versed in human behavior sciences, psychology, criminology and victimology where they understand the dynamics of unhealthy relationships and the Frailty of the Human Condition. Our personal development and risk reduction programs are offered through a host of platforms to help participants identify various warning signs of risk behaviors, toxic people and adverse risky situations.
Participants learn new approaches to help rebuild salvageable bonds whenever possible while also identifying when and how to permanently and safely neutralize harmful ties with toxic people by successfully disengaging and making sound choices moving forward without self-doubt, regret or trepidation.
Our social risk mitigation educational platforms and support service programs are delivered by our subject matter experts with relevant backgrounds and sound knowledge base in Human Behavior Studies, Criminology, Law, Ethics, Addiction Recovery, Psychology, Emergency / Crisis Management including Self-Defense and Diversity / Accessibility Training.
The following service delivery modalities are available to individuals, couples, families, and larger groups dealing with a crisis:
The following is a "snap shot" of RemedyBlox' upcoming Online Social Risk Mitigation Courses we will be releasing shortly on UDEMY:
Similar to our online courses - we deliver Public Presentations on Social Risk Mitigation Topics at community events and public forums. Our Public Speakers' delivery style builds rapport with the audience which is important as the subject topic is often sensitive in nature. Establishing an emotional connection with the audiences helps them to relate to the key risk mitigation messages being conveyed that they can draw upon later on if/when faced with an unhealthy relationship or a toxic or abusive individual in their life.
It is our goal to help individuals build healthy social interactions with others which includes having the ability to readily identify negative human behavior patterns in others and to determine when a relationship is salvageable or when it is time to safely terminate further contact without guilt or trepidation with those unwilling to change their unhealthy demands or abusive behaviors.
We readily adapt our educational platforms and program curriculum to our target audiences so that the information presented and the strategic insights and practical tools presented help meet their needs and enable them to readily implement for their maximum benefit.
Lastly, we recognize and respect our clients' busy schedules where we deliver our RemedyBlox educational programs around our clients' availability for ease of access and participation!
To discuss learning and opportunities or to book us for an upcoming public forum or community event please contact us using the online form below.
Our primary focus is to help empower participating audiences of all diverse demographic backgrounds by offering them practical tools and strategic social risk-mitigation insights to increase their personal safety and security in various life situations, social interactions and under different case scenarios.
Managing and cultivating healthy positive relationships is a complex multi-faceted endeavor requiring setting and respecting boundaries, reciprocated empathy, open communication and "earned" trust.
Unfortunately, some people find themselves in toxic relationships or in difficult life circumstances which do not offer (in part or in whole) positive rewards or personal fulfillment. Individuals with low self-esteem, a history of abuse, survivors of a traumatic life event, low coping skills or suppressed communication styles tend to be at greater risk for making poor choices by failing to recognize the early warning signs of unhealthy social interactions with toxic individuals or when it comes to engaging in compulsive risky behavior.
At RemedyBlox our social risk mitigation educational programs offer practical insights and tools of self-empowerment, repairing salvageable relationships whenever possible, identifying the "Yellow & Red Flags" of toxic relationships and abusive personalities, as well as providing guidance on how to break out of the painful emotional vortex safely and before the toxic or abusive exposure escalates further. Following which we also encourage and guide survivors through the healing process from past traumatic events and toxic relationships to avert the onset of the Fractured Psyche syndrome that often leads to high risk self-sabotaging behaviors like behavior addictions and/or substance abuse.
This correlation between experiences of harmful and abuse relationships and latent engagement in high risk behavior pursuits (like: problem gambling, developing eating disorders, a sex addiction, drug/alcohol abuse, etc..) is common as explained by the Fractured Psyche Addiction Recovery Model which Remedy Max developed in early 2000 and has successfully helped many struggling with addiction urges and addiction vice transference to end the cycle of relapse and reclaim their life back.
Contact us to discuss your upcoming community event goals and the topics you would like our public speakers to deliver for your target audience.
As a precautionary health measure our weekend retreats and in person workshops continue to be temporarily paused. Remaining professional services are limited to phone support services, on-line learning and in print educational sessions until further notice.
Welcome to our BOOK NOOK! Check out our list of recommended books available on the Bookshop website. There are many Risk Reduction & Harm Prevention Topics we have listed here by Categories of interest.