Re-Connecting As Marriage Partners

Relationships, Marriage & Family
Duration
6 weeks
Weekly Study
3-5 HOURS
Dates
Mar 9-Apr 19
Register By
March 16, 2020

Sometimes couples can lose some of their connection with each other in the course of busy marriage and family life, work, and service. Participants will learn practical ways to build greater closeness, intimacy, and unity, while strengthening their love and friendship. They will also assess and improve their practice of equality, justice, and respect in their marriage. Couples who learn new skills and approaches can stay together for the long-term.

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teacher
Wendi Momen, MBE, PhD
Governor, London School of Economics

I was born Wendy Cunningham Wirtshafter in Hollywood, California, one of the few people who can actually claim that. My parents, Buddy Worth and Carol Morris were nightclub entertainers and jazz musicians and until I went to school I did not know my real last name, only the professional one... See Faculty Bio

teacher
Riaz Mostaghim, BA
Family and Marriage Counsellor

Riaz Mostaghim serves as a private family and marriage counsellor in the Ottawa area of Ontario, Canada. He also has extensive experience serving people with special needs and their families and offering personal development/relationship counseling. Some of his experiences include managing a residential facility for people with special needs; serving... See Faculty Bio

teacher
Fariba Vahdat
Certified Relationships and Marriage Educator

Fariba Vahdat’s interest in marriage and families led her to research the subject using many sources. She believes that Marriage and Family Education can allow couples and families to face difficulties and conflicts, inherent in human life, in a more peaceful and healthy way and thus build solid and happy... See Faculty Bio

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