A Workshop for Parents of Young Children
Having a child is experiencing a LOVE like no other.
As much as partners can likely recall the time that their love and passion for one another was unparalleled, it often still does not compare to the awe and obsessive love we have for our children.
And yet, if we do not equally make it a priority to maintain a strong connection with our partner, our flame will burn out and we will not have anything left after our children leave the nest. As couples therapist Esther Perel says, “It is not the children who extinguish the flame of desire, but the adults who fail to keep the spark alive!”
In our current overzealous parenting culture that pressures parents to invest all of their resources into their children (& work), you may be feeling exhausted and too stretched thin to keep your spark or even just your friendship alive. You may be great “partners” in the business of life- work, home, and parenting, but you don’t have anything left to give to each other.
Or, you may just be in need of some “professional development” for your long-term relationship. All couples greatly benefit from continually learning new relationship skills and expanding their intimacy toolbox, yet there are few opportunities available other than couples therapy which our society often relegates to only couples in crisis.
“Keeping the Spark Alive” is for couples who are “good” or even robust, but want to continually grow in their relationship skills in order to enjoy being together as much as they did when they first met and to learn the secret to desire in a long-term relationship!
This workshop is also for couples in crisis or who feel disconnected or disillusioned and are interested in learning effective relationship skills to reconnect, rebuild their intimate relationship and friendship, and rediscover a more loving, vibrant and supportive relationship with less conflict.
Register now to give your children one of the BEST gifts possible– a MODEL for a healthy, loving, secure, and vibrant long-term intimate relationship.