Have you ever wondered what it means when someone says, ‘We’re drifting apart.’?
It means, “We’re loosing our connection and we don’t know how to find our way back to each other.”
Maybe you can relate. And maybe you’ve been wanting to have heart-to-heart conversations with your partner. But you come off your daily routine physically, mentally and emotionally exhausted so you put it off until the weekend.
Then during your ‘down-time’, when things are going well, the last thing you want to do is upset everyone (including yourself) by having a well-intentioned conversation spin out of control.
In your heart, you know how vital good communication is. It’s the most important skill you can learn when it comes to marriage and relationship success. It’s also the #1 presenting issue when most couples seek help for their relationship.
You can dance around things for a while. Eventually, you’re going to have to talk about the important stuff if you want closeness.
If you don’t know how to have important conversations without spinning into a negative cycle, then it’s impossible to have much security or stability in your relationship.
On the other hand, if you know how to have these conversations or you’re willing to learn, YOU can get to the heart of the matter quickly.
No matter who you are or how long you’ve been together, if you want to improve your relationship and grow closer, you must have CONVERSATIONS that get to the heart of the matter.
That’s why Wellness Counseling Center is excited to provide the most effective relationship information I know of ….all wrapped up in 2 Days and 7 Conversations.
Hold Me Tight® Couples Workshop – June 23 & 24, 2018
7 Conversations For You and Your Partner
Charlotte, North Carolina
Get the details: http://TheWellnessCounselingCenter.com/hmt
Read below what participants shared after a recent workshop:
“My partner and I found out things we didn’t know about each other after 9 years of dating and 32 yrs of marriage! His fear was that we’d have to share with the group. We NEVER did that. You discuss only with your partner and therapists are there to help if help is wanted.”
“The Hold Me Tight Workshop for Couples will help you find the honest conversation between you and your partner. The easy way to talk and be real again.”
“How much I love my wife grew a thousand-fold.”
Here are some of the words people use to describe our workshops:
and … a reboot
Read more and register: http://TheWellnessCounselingCenter.com/hmt
There’s a shift happening in the world of relationships and most people can feel it.
This workshop is for couples who want their relationship to be the best it can possibly be.
At our next Hold Me Tight® Couples Workshop, June 23 & 24, 2018, I will share new information and actionable items that will help you start a new conversation on the spot. (Important tip: during our time together, you won’t have to talk to ANYONE other than your partner!)
At the workshop, we’ll dive into:
— A revolutionary new view on love and how it’s changing the world we live in.
— How couples lose their connection.
— Responsiveness – and why it’s critical to a lifetime of love. (This will take your breath away!)
— Identify your demon dialogues and
— Discover how to pinpoint raw spots
— Revisit a rocky moment and
— Start to engage and connect – on your own terms.
— We’ll discuss bonding through sex and touch and
— How to keep love alive.
Successful conversations about what matters MOST can bind you together by creating an emotional connection. (Remember when you were dating and loved talking to each other?)
If you want to improve communication and connection, join us June 23 & 24, 2018. Or, you can join us in September for our last workshop of the year. Right now, you can get Early Bird Pricing on either workshop.
There’s a brand new way to be in relationship and this is your invitation to press the re-set button. I wish you all the love and goodness life has to offer and look forward to seeing you soon.
Register at http://TheWellnessCounselingCenter.com/hmt. You can also call us at 704-319-5593 if you have questions about the workshop. Or email your questions to and a Wellness Team Member will be happy to help.