7 principles for making marriage work workshop

October 22,2016 By: Mansi poddar

About The Program:
Do you have difficulty communicating and understanding each other?

Are you often arguing in circles about the same issues?

Or are you in a good relationship and would like to make it even better?

Then this program is for you! It is open to anyone that defines themselves as a couple.

Based on the research findings of John Gottman, this program allows couples to use practical tools to strengthen or improve their relationships.

The program is a combination of lectures and couples exercises. **Participants practice the exercises privately and do not share personal information publicly.

Participates in the full workshop will receive a copy of The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work and The Seven Principles Companion Workbook.The workbook includes interactive step-by-step exercises for each chapter.

Participants in the Program Can Expect To:

  1. Improve their friendship, fondness, and admiration
    Enhance their romance and intimacy
    Manage conflict constructively
    Gain skills to address perpetual and solvable problems
    Create shared meaning
    The Program is Different Than Reading the Book!
    The Program provides structure and accountability
    Both partners participate rather than one reading the book
    Educator role plays how to do and not do the exercises

Who May Attend:

Couples that are pre-engaged or dating
Pre-marital couples
Everyone from newlyweds to people married for 10 years
Those who wish to enhance a good marriage
Those needing better conflict management tools

**Inappropriate couples would be those experiencing severe relationship distress, emotional abuse, domestic violence, active addictions (alcohol/drug, sexual, gambling etc.) and those who are experiencing severe mental health problems in one or both partners.