"Our mission is to bring positive, healing change to our community with improved communication skills"
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Learning the Dance of Marriage Workshop
We welcome you and hope what you learn makes a better life for you and your family.
Ed and Mary Beth
At times, marriage can be difficult. Fighting in marriage can happen at a moment’s notice. Actually conflicts can begin in the blink of an eye. One of the best ways to resolve a conflict is to catch it before it escalates. The best way to resolve a conflict is to recognize it before a word is spoken.
Donna and Tim (not their actual names), married four years, reflected. “We are so in love I know what he is thinking,” stated Donna. “Yeah,” replied Tim, “I never get to finish my sentences, she…” “I finish them for you!,” butted Donna with enthusiasm. Tim, looked down at his shoes, the expression of frustration and sadness was captured by everyone in the room. It seemed everyone got it except Donna who was still beaming, a legend in her own mind.
A man is lying on the street, cars have smashed fenders, the police arrive. Two strangers, from opposite sides of the street volunteer that they are eye witnesses. But their stories are different. The officer on the scene gets two completely different stories about the same scene. Who is right? Who is wrong? Who is to blame?<
We all know the story of the prince, or princess that kisses the frog. Your relationship has gone the other way. Your partner is turning from the prince/princess into the beast. The How did the most wonderful person in the world become the monster from the deep?
Wouldn’t it be great to have a relationship “time machine” that takes us back to better times, fun times, the love and tenderness, closeness that defined the “good times.” We’ve broken the code and can teach you a relationship time machine that will take you back to the beginning and allow you to start over…….
Yes opposites attract…..but divided we fall. Compatibility in key areas is the glue that bonds a relationship together. Most of marriage is working together as friends. Compatibility includes blending our differences, our mutual strengths, to create a team that is more powerful than the each of us individually.
How about a relation-Ship? When it has run aground and taking on water is it worth trying to patch the holes or should you just abandon ship? Another broken relationship. Another sunk ship.
Then why do it? Of course people break up because they don’t get along any more. Fights, anger, sarcasm and silence, the uncomfortable moments of being together afraid to say anything. Today, I was on a cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico, day three. A young couple sat at a nearby table, eating breakfast, neither said anything to each other for 45