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Course 202: Communication: Stop Talking! I'm Not Listening.
5 Weeks, 1 Day a Week
A good marriage thrives on the open exchange of emotion, desires, and beliefs. In fact, communication is one of the most important aspects of a satisfying marriage. Most marriages go through rough times, which can change the way spouses communicate with each other. Many couples develop bad habits and create destructive patterns when things aren’t going well.
Our goal with "Stop Talking! I'm Not Listening" is to get you to STOP TALKING and LISTEN. Communication is a lot more complex than most people believe. It can be challenging to juggle all the information coming at you. When you are calm, take a closer look at a typical fight between you and your spouse you will find if you could just listen instead of being in a place of defence, many problems would not occur.
During this 5 week course, we will cover:
Week 1 Are you HARD of Hearing?
Week 2 Setting the Stage for effective communication
Week 3 Watch your Emotions, Improve your communication!
Week 4 This is just WHO I AM isn't a Communication style. Be an Adult!
Week 5 OK, I'm willing and listening.
Good communication is the foundation of a strong marriage. Many marriages could be saved if spouses improved the ways they communicate with each other. Let's learn some important tools and skills that will forever change your marriage and keep you in a place of happiness and marital bliss. It takes some practice to change old marriage communication mistakes. It’s amazing how the energy between spouses can change so much with just a few changes. When you understand how it all fits together, you can make real progress in your relationship right away.
$147 Registration (til September 16) $247 (After)
Begins Tuesday, September 27, 2016
7PM EST Weekly
A wealth of research has shown that communication plays an essential role in maintaining committed and satisfying marriages. When couples promise to love, honor, and cherish their spouses until death do us part, they are making a commitment they hope will lead to a strong marriage.
Unfortunately, many couples fall into bad communication habits which can damage their relationship and with many lead them to divorce.
Knowing what changes to make is not enough. We also need to know how to make them. Change does not come easily. Since the Scriptures provide us to all good works (2 Timothy 3:16,17), they give all the guidance we need. God's word is the best source of guidance for self-help and motivation for self-improvement.