Find Ease in Your Love Relationship

As a couple, have you ever wondered, "Why does relationship have to be so hard?" Do you feel as though your spouse acts like just another child? Do you feel exhausted from all the talking about change, but nothing changes? Is your spouse expecting things you don't feel are fair? Do you feel guilty when you take care of yourself because you "should" be...?

If you answered "yes" to even one of these questions, check this out.

Marriage requires nurturing, take a date nightIn this marriage workshop you will learn:

  • How to calm yourself in 6 seconds or less and create win-win
  • Simple and practical skills to honor differences and get what you need
  • Strategies for moving past painful memories into more love
  • 5 essential secrets that will transform your relationship
  • Keys to stop conflict before it even starts

Benefits of attending:

  • A lot more ease and fun in your life and relationship!
  • Ease of being true to yourself and loved by your partner
  • Increased connection & love in your relationship
  • Remarkable decrease in arguments
  • Greater connection and love

The workshop is held at the Beall Park Recreation Center, 415 North Bozeman, Bozeman, MT.

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Jennifer A. Williams / Heartmanity FounderJennifer A. Williams / Heartmanity Founder
Jennifer’s passion is to help people create thriving relationships. She coaches individuals, parents, and couples to build healthy and loving families. Jennifer has been conducting premarital workshops and mentoring couples for nearly two decades. She teaches couples the critical skills needed to break out of unloving patterns, which naturally removes the obstacles to loving connection and authentic communication. With an emphasis on emotional intelligence and brain science, her proven process accelerates transformation. She also conducts Heal Yourself, Heal Your Marriage retreats because she believes that all healthy relationships begin within each person. Jennifer is happily married to her beloved husband and is the mother of three grown children.

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