Marriage is hard and we need each other. This 7-session course being offered after Easter is an opportunity to press into the challenges of our marriages together, and grow in learning how to love well. Designed by Milan and Kay Yerkovich, How We Love looks at marital patterns through the lenses of Attachment Theory, suggesting that our relational styles are formed (for good or for ill) through our early life experiences. This course looks at how these styles impact our marriages and offers insights and practices to help shift unhealthy patterns and grow in intimacy.
As the Yerkovich’s put it: “For 14 years, our marriage was stuck in the same old frustrating patterns. When we looked at our first lessons in love from our families, we immediately recognized the unseen forces governing how we loved. For the first time, we understood the source of our frustrations and why we were stuck. Deep change was possible at last.”
Course facilitators: Jim and Mari Stout
Course dates: 7 Friday evenings from April 6 – May 25 (no class May 18)
Time: 6:30 to 9pm
Childcare: Childcare will be provided for Infants through 5th grade
Registration: COURSE IS FULL. If you want to be on the waiting list, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information: Visit the ‘How We Love’ website: https://howwelove.com