I Am a Relational Consultant
I help families, ministries and neighbors – people just like you – get the tools they need to best connect with each other. This requires that you master the four steps of the Getting In strategy. Which do you need help with?
Making Neighbors Out of Strangers [Written for the community, but useful for all.] We drove up loop after loop after loop. It’s pretty nerve-racking but that’s what you have to do when you live on the fifth floor. Parking decks – whatcha gonna do. We...read more
What The Ears and Eyes Capture [Written for the workplace, but useful for all.] He always comes in rocking a t-shirt representing the tech industry. Yep! He sure does. It never fails. Usually he gets Chick-fil-A for lunch. He constantly informs you of the latest...read more
What’s a Favorite Color Matter? [Written for parents, but useful for all.] I cannot tell you how many parents wish they had a closer relationship with and a better understanding of their kids. From toddler to teenager, the mind changes so much —...read more
Bento, Braves and Behavior Eden & I had the best and worst of times this past week. Though we typically laugh, play and ponder endlessly, every once in a while Daddy has to discipline. That’s right, my sweet, adorable, playful, giggly, little one can also display...read more
That’s what a mom recently expressed to me as she prepares to celebrate her husband on Father’s Day. He had done such a great job celebrating her on Mother’s Day, but she felt clueless as to what to do to celebrate him on Father’s Day. Enter the Getting In strategy....read more
We Were Supposed to Start a Show January 2017 was going to be the start of an amazing journey. Eden & I were going to start an adventure together. I had the idea of us launching a show that showed our unique relationship, how I parent, and how she feels about it....read more
What a day. We rushed. We rushed all day. The flyers, certificates and sign-in sheets were printed, cut and picked up. One stop done. The gift cards were purchased. Two stops done. Groceries were picked up and set up in the lobby. Three stops done. Then navigating...read more
The tears fell from her eyes and I was broken. I couldn’t. I just couldn’t do it. I was prepared – really prepared to follow through with giving her a spanking, but those tears. Oh those tears. Coupled with the piercing look of regret, those tears shut me down as if...read more
Dexter Culbreath is a community leader, family advocate and lover of people. He has worked with several ministries, organizations and individuals to help them better connect with their audiences, staff and families. Dexter’s greatest fulfillment comes from being a husband and father.
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