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"Stay in the Room" Relationships
What do you do?
I am writing a book and need a graphic of what I mean by "stay in the room" relationships.
How many pages of illustration do you need?
Does your illustration need to be a particular size?
Large enough to show the basic details.
What is your industry?
Ministry/Churches, but will someday be used in business presentations.
Describe the target audience for your illustration
A local church staff or church leaders looking at relational health and conflict issues.
What 3 things would you like to communicate to your audience through your illustration?
We resist "staying the room" with each other.
The reasons for resisting relational health are normal but not necessary.
We do not have to be "friends" or even similar in personalities to stay in the room, but we do have to be intentional and redemptive in our motives.
Style and Concept
What lillustration styles do you like?
Obviously, I like a picture styles because this will hopefully be a picture of a room that will offer the basics of my premise regarding "stay in the room" relationships.
What colors do you want to see in your illustration?
I am open but colors for harmony for the center and colors for conflict and fear for the corners.
What colors do you NOT want to see in your illustration?
I do not have any.
What adjectives should best describe your illustration?
As seen in my rough drawing, I would say . . . fearful/protecting, vengeful/planning, blaming/pointing, bleeding/painful relationships.
Where will you use the illustration (print, website, etc.)?
print, website and anywhere else I might find it useful.
Do you have additional info or links you'd like to share?
I have a website where I blog. It is stayintheroom.com.
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