These potent relationship courses are designed to turn distressed unions…
Into compassionate, loving ones.
The Love without Hurt boot camp is a blueprint for personal healing and empowerment.
Personal healing is necessary to repair relationships that have suffered chronic resentment, anger, or emotional abuse.
Intimate Relationship Dynamics
Intimate relationship dynamics (IRDs) create cycles of resentment, hostility, and despair.
IRDs are unconscious interactive patterns in which both parties automatically react to each other in set ways.
You have the same argument or unpleasant discussion over and over.
Once an IRD gets activated, the content of the exchange, whether serious or trivial, doesn’t matter; both partners slip into their habitual reactions.
Instead of working as a team to solve the problem…
Partners see each other as the problem.
They view each other as opponents at first, and eventually as enemies.
The course shows how to prevent IRDs…
And how to deactivate them when you slip back to old habits.
Loving after Betrayal
This course will help you regain a sense of trust in yourself.
It offers potent methods to heal, grow, and love again.
You’ll learn practical skills for overcoming betrayal-induced trauma and the chronic resentment and depression that so often follow.
If you’ve recently left a relationship where you felt betrayed by your partner—or if you want to repair one— you need these effective tools for healing and renewal.
Why another parenting course, when there are so many?
No other course is designed for highly distressed relationships.
The course shows how to have better relationships with your children – enjoy them, guide them, and learn from them.
It’s filled with parenting advice, tips, information about family issues, effective parenting skills, and parental resources.
Course materials include:
My Good Heart drawing book
Presents a fun, non-preachy format for learning compassion, anger-regulation, and core value. Ages 5 to 10
Basic Humanity: How Your Emotions Guide You
A 46-page booklet asks a series of questions to help adolescents develop their core value, which is the ultimate guide for their behavior and the foundation of their morality. Ages 12-18
We fall in love in the Toddler brain, the volatile and impulsive limbic system, which reaches maturity by age three.
We stay in love in the profoundest and most stable part of the Adult brain − the prefrontal cortex, which reaches full maturity around age 28.
Toddler brain love is filled with wonder at first, but inevitably causes irreconcilable conflict and pain.
Adult love rises from our deepest, most humane values of compassion, kindness, and desire for mutual growth.
This course shows how to deepen your experience of love, while making your relationship safe and secure in the most profound parts of the brain.
A powerful relationship is not about communication skills or getting your needs met.
It’s about staying in touch with your deepest values.
Creating value in love relationships gives life meaning and purpose.
Jealousy and the Duet of Love
Either section of this course can stand alone.
The first part can help with problems of jealousy.
If you follow the natural motivation of jealousy – to be more loving and reconnect with your loved one – it will improve your relationship.
If you blame it on your partner, it will ruin your relationship.
The course shows how to do the former and avoid the latter.
The second can help any couple enrich their relationship.
“Harmony” is an appealing combination of elements in a whole. In music, it’s an arrangement of sounds pleasing to the ear.
Relationship harmony is more about emotional tone and atmosphere than specific behaviors.
It’s about both partners thriving and growing into the best musicians they can be.