Love By Intuition with Deborah Beauvais

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By Deborah Beauvais. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
Couples Communication, Women Can’t Hear What Men Don’t Say with Warren Farrell At Omega Institute eomega.org Couples’ Communication Retreat May 10 – May 12, 2019 Rhinebeck, NY Workshop: Direct Page Link Here Our inability to handle personal criticism from loved ones is a common Achilles’ heel. The more deeply we love, the more fragile we feel. Soon, couples feel they are walking on eggshells, unable to express themselves honestly, and their love fades. Raising children and money magnify the problems even as they become the reason couples stay together. The result? Couples often remain legally married but psychologically divorced—in a minimum-security-prison marriage. The biggest culprit in this dynamic is defensiveness. Active listening is a good solution, but is rarely used. Warren Farrell developed Cinematic Immersion, a method that enables couples to actively listen to their partner without feeling defensive. As couples learn how to emotionally experience “criticism” as love, they simultaneously learn “the art and discipline of love” and how to deepen that love throughout the week. This workshop is for couples—any two people with a history who desire a future (parents, married or divorced; newlyweds; parent-child; siblings). It is also useful for health professionals in their work with patients. Warren Farrell, PhD, trains couples and psychologists worldwide in the “art and discipline of love.” He is coauthor, with John Gray, of The Boy Crisis (2018) and the author of two international bestsellers, Why Men Are the Way They Are and Women Can’t Hear What Men Don’t Say. His books are published in more than 50 countries and in 17 languages.

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