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Keeping Passion Alive
Saturday, March 16, 2013 at 9:30 AM (PDT)
Be part of a joyful, loving, passionate and fulfilling relationship!
Unlock the secrets of well known life coaches and marriage and family therapists and soon you'll be describing your most intimate relationship as "magnificent" and "fun"! Even if you've been married for a long, long time!
Rekindle the spark and passion that you had when you first met!
Join Head Over Heals Coaching, either by yourself or with your spouse (which we highly recommend,) for a day of fun, active learning! This is a high energy experience for couples or individuals who want to describe their relationship as magnificent, having both love and passion!
Ensure you and your significant other, partner, spouse know the secrets, tools and strategies for staying together
Re-ignite the spark in your relationship!
Bring back the fun, passion and spontaneity! (Or learn not to lose it!)
Learn to communicate so your partner totally understands and knows you!
Have a fun-filled experience with your spouse!
WHO IS THIS EVENT FOR?
Men and women who want to be in a relationship where they not only love each other, but have fun, play and laugh, and are passionate about each other!
Even if your marriage is not what you dreamed it would be...or you are just in the first few years of your marriage..or if you think your marriage is pretty good but maybe you'll learn something that will make it even better...
For those who want to have fun while learning!
Because if you aren't happy in your intimate relationship, it is hard to be happy and life is simply too short to not be in love with every aspect of your life!
Because it is a MYTH that passion has to die within a long-term marriage.
To make your relationship the envy of your friends!
To role model a fun, vibrant, loving relationship for your children!
To simply increase the happiness in your life!
Jacqueline Clark of Head Over Heals Coaching, trained by the Robbins Madanes Center for Strategic Intervention, Marriage Education and Divorce Prevention
Wade Ballard, graduate of UPW and story-teller extraordinaire