Monday, April 30, 2007
With David Steele and Linda Marshall
When singles become couples the most common next step is moving in together. It is a common misconception that living together is a good way to test compatibility for marriage and minimize risk of divorce.
Fact #1: The cohabitation rate has skyrocketed over 1200%
Fact #2: 80% of these relationships are doomed to failure
Fact #3: The divorce rate is higher for couples who cohabitate
prior to marriage
While we don't judge cohabitation to be good or bad, it's
a personal choice and people will do it anyway, our goal in this program
is to provide you the information and strategies needed to make effective
choices about when, and if, to enter a living together arrangement.
In this program you learn:
- The role of inertia and momentum in living together
- Top 6 myths of living together
- Top 6 reasons for living together
- Three types of cohabitators
- Guidelines for conscious cohabitation
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Friday, April 13, 2007
With Pat Love, Ed.D
You’ll never get a closer marriage by talking to a man like you talk to your girlfriends. It’s not about “communication,” it’s about connection.
Men want closer marriages just as much as women – The stereotype of the aloof or domineering male covers up the fact that he wants to be closer too, but not if he has to feel like a woman.
In this seminar Dr. Pat Love talks to women about how to get the love you want from the man in your life .
In this program you will learn-
- 10 Ways Women Drive Men Away
- About the emotional vocabulary gap -- why it sounds phony when he says it
- How to handle male emotions: hint- you can't be too direct too quickly
- The truth motivating the shut-down and controlling men, and what to do about it
- Four nonverbal ways to connect with your man
- New information about what brings men and women together, and what tears relationships apart
- "Malespeak"- what he's saying that you don't hear
- What a man would tell you if he could
Check out these books by Dr. Pat Love!