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  • Seminar-The Seven Principles For Making Marriage Work

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    Marriage is hard, divorce is harder!

    Are you having difficulties communicating and understanding each other? Are you stuck, arguing over the same issues without end, while the respect and admiration is in decline? Maybe you’re in a good relationship and want to safeguard your love against the challenges which come with marriage, children, in-laws and work? Research shows that on average, couples wait six years from the first sign of problems before they seek help. That’s like waiting six years being ill without seeking treatment. Please don’t wait until your relationship is falling apart!

    Become An Emotionally Intelligent Couple

    Virtual Zoom Seminar in the comfort and privacy of your own home!

    Break through and resolve conflict gridlock

    Deepen intimacy and build trust

    Identify your solvable vs. perpetual issues

    Keep conflict discussions calm and self-regulate

    Foster respect, affection and closeness

    Build and share a deeper connection with each other’s inner world

    Strengthen your foundation of friendship and admiration

    Collaborate more effectively to solve problems

    Communicate clearly and effectively, and get more of what you want and need as a result

    A Research-Based Seminar

    This is a one day, six-hour educational workshop, based on the internationally acclaimed research of Dr. John Gottman, as presented in his New York Times bestselling book: The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work. This educational seminar is offered across the US and internationally, and has reached thousands of couples wishing to strengthen their relationship. It is designed to help you and your mate improve your friendship, communication, and conflict management skills, deepen your intimacy, build trust, and strengthen your relationship and admiration for each other.

    The Seven Principles Seminar includes: lectures, demonstrations, videos, and private couples’ exercises. The activities are fun, insightful, and informative. There is no need to worry; you’re not required to talk in front of others.