If you're wondering about how to have a successful marriage that FEELS GOOD - you need to read this.
I've been providing marriage counseling and relationship coaching for almost a decade - and over the last few years I've noticed something - There are things I teach, say, and do with almost every single couple.
These tips, tools, and strategies may not come in the exact same order, or out in the exact same way with every couple, but I've noticed a trend. I believe over years of practice I have identified the most transformational pieces of my work with couples.
I started testing out these pieces in my master's level counseling courses [...]
I was teaching at the University. I set aside 2 classes in the semester to teach pieces of this information.
The response I received was overwhelming:
"Can I bring my friend to class?...I really think she needs to hear this."
"Thank you for teaching this...I feel like it's stuff I can actually USE!"
I even sent students home with homework to try things out in their own relationships. While some were excited and saw the potential and value in the strategies, some were REALLY skeptical. I will never forget the eye-rolls and guffaws I received from a particularly animated student ;), "Oooookayyyyy....I'll TRY it."
She was flabbergasted when she put this stuff to work in her relationship with her boyfriend. She chose to use the skills by bringing up an issue they had argued and argued about....she was always met with defensiveness and they'd never reached any sort of resolution.
When she came to class to report on her results she said, "It's CRAZY. I don't understand it." She was met with a totally different response from her boyfriend and felt like they had a mutual understanding and had reached a resolution by the end of the conversation.
Of course there's lots of ways to improve your relationship (reading every self-help book under the sun and then begging your partner to read them is one). And that's why I think it's SO important for you to stop "winging it" and get on the same page with a plan on how to efficiently get through conflicts and tough conversations while building emotional AND physical intimacy.
Last Spring the Love, Sex, Kids Course was born. I began teaching to couples and halves of couples at The Nest in St. Louis with great feedback. My favorite part were the ah-has of people in the class who realized they weren't alone in their biggest challenges in their marriage. Marriage is challenging....for everyone. Why not do it with the best plan possible?
I did get some negative feedback though...and all of it had to do with people REALLY wanting to take the course, but not being able to make the times offered. So, I've worked hard to create a ridiculously flexible O N L I N E version of the course that offers just as much support and information as the live class....and maybe more.
Here's the thing, though:
I'm currently hard at work in my own private practice, so I'm limiting the space in this course. If you're interested you'll need to act quickly. I haven't really marketed it at all and 4 spaces have already sold.
If you're interested just CLICK HERE for lots more details and to sign up.
In excitement for your growth and change,
P.S. - The price is also discounted for a limited time...LESS than what it costs to schedule a first session with me...or a pair of designer jeans.
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