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The Current Golden Age of Marriage

  • Highland City Club Library 885 Arapahoe Avenue Boulder, CO, 80302 United States (map)

The Current Golden Age of Marriage: Are you putting kerosene or water on the fires of conflict in your relationship? Discover how a belief in destiny can undermine your ability to get along. Do you ever struggle to maintain a positive tone? Simple love tweaks that can make a big difference. How’s your bucket list? Have you abandoned things that matter to you? Learn how spouses can be best allies in achieving fulfillment in all aspects of life. American marriages continue to falter at high rates. A prime reason is that the expectation of personal fulfillment in marriage is higher than at any other time. Most fail to achieve this ideal. Those who do, however, report greater levels of happiness, meaning and satisfaction than has ever been measured. What makes the difference between these two groups? Come explore with us in an open-hearted, playful and informative way: Why “traditional marriage” is a complete fabrication and what to do about that. Six Dimensions of Love—ancient wisdom that illuminates your path to fulfillment and joy Simple love tweaks that will increase your happiness in stressful and in good times All are welcome, whether you are currently in a relationship or simply seeking greater understanding. Bring your partner for a juicy jump start to your Valentine’s Day.

Robin Temple MA MSW is a family counselor. Mike Moore PLS is a relationship consultant for organizations. They have been business and life partners for 30 years, providing support and training to hundreds of couples. Together they are Master Teachers and Trainers for the national PAIRS organization, certifying psychologists, social workers and military chaplains. They have also developed curricula and guides for organizations such as PAIRS, Fearless Living, TeamWorks, Right Use of Power and the Hoffman Institute, as well as their own work, Relating with Heart. Robin is a contributing author to Building Intimate Relationships and The Handbook of Couple's Therapy.

Members & Guests - $25

General Admission - $35