To Love, to Honor, and to Negotiate
Online Workshop Starts Februrary 18, 2022
Discover how nonverbal communication skills can help you reconnect with your partner and enrich your relationship.
This online Couples Workshop will show you how.
We enter our relationships with the best of intentions.
What people don’t tell you is your relationship is more than just you and your partner. Your relationship has three parts: you, your partner, and the relationship itself.
Even the best relationships need advanced skills that help them communicate and connect on a deeper level. That’s why understanding the nonverbals of communication can help you:
This couples communication workshop is for couples of all orientations, no matter how long you’ve been together. If you want to learn how to make your relationship feel easier, this series is for you! Plus, the workshop is entirely virtual — you can attend from the comforts of your home!
Can’t attend a session? No problem! We’ll send you and your sweetie the recording so you can watch it later.
Hi, I’m Michael Grinder. Some people call me “the father of nonverbal communication.” After attending one of John Gottman’s workshops with my wife Gail, I was inspired to create To Love, To Honor, and To Negotiate.
This year marks my 21st year of running this workshop where we add “nonverbals” to couples’ communication. I thank Gail for adding her wisdom.
Here’s what we’ll discuss during the online couples workshop:
Here’s how the couples workshop works:
Here’s What You’ll Learn During the Online Couples Workshop:
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What Are People Saying About This Workshop?
The Couple’s Workshop gave us invaluable tools and insights to work with the issues and challenges that inevitably arise in relationships. We also learned how to love and appreciate each other in new and deeper ways.
– Larry Dillenbeck, 2016 workshop participant
“I think everybody needs that [couples weekend]. It’s good for even healthy marriages- even healthy ones can use more input, fresh ideas on how to make a good thing even better.”
– Bradley Williams, 2016 workshop participant
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