Stop fighting with each other.
Start loving each other.
This course is for couples seeking to learn how to navigate conflict in a healthy constructive manner.
The course helps couples to:
- Build communication skills to improve conflict resolution.
- Create healthy ways to respect each other and resolve conflict.
- Learn to understand each other’s differences through kindness.
- Learn how you to love your partner in a manner that grows and sustains the relationship.
In this course you have exercises and lecture materials created to help you navigate conflict in your relationship in a healthy and constructive manner.:
* Understanding Each Other: Couples will walk away with a guided approach to understanding each other in a manner that directly supports conflict resolution. Couples learn how to discuss their personalities, character and mental health. The more one partner understands the other the better equipped they are to practice kindness and engage in healthy conversations.
* Weekly Check-In Exercise: Couples learn how to reset and reconnect through the practice of the Weekly Check-in. This activity teaches empathy, understanding, commitment, and consistency. Couples learn how to implement and utilize a connective activity in a manner that is sustainable and consistent. The activity highlights problem-solving, conflict resolution, boundaries, and communication.
* Love Language Exercise: Learn how to love your partner and yourself. The activity provides education and a practical action-orientated approach to loving each other in a manner that resonates the love language. The more you love your partner that better you are equipped to navigate conflict.
* Code Word Exercise: Every successful relationship needs a code word that screams compassion and respect. A code word helps couples gain control over their emotions and practice empathy versus hurting each other.
* Conflict Resolution Journal: This exercise helps you learn how to think and process during the conflict. The goal is to slow down and understand how to focus on the relationship versus the issues.
* Building Healthy Tolerance Exercise: In relationships, we need to do our best to monitor our individual level of tolerance in order to be our best self for our partner. When life gets in the way or work becomes the main priority, tolerance impacted. You may find yourself feeling tired or irritable and more likely to behave negatively. This exercise teaches you how to tolerate your partner and navigate conflict in a healthy way.