••> Three desires drive you every day.
••> Three desires drive your partner.
••> Three desires drive your children.
BETTER…AND LESS EXPENSIVE!?
A single hour of marriage counseling or family therapy will cost you $80-$200 in Green Bay, but this seminar delivers six hours of eye-opening teaching for $79. BIG QUESTION: Can your counselor or therapist tell you why you do what you do?
THE CLOSEST ONES BRING THE MOST PAIN
Relationships can be painful. And isn’t it interesting that our closest relationships are the hardest?
You will see your marriage, parenting, and relationship problems clearly. And then you’ll know what to fix. (It will also enhance any other counseling you are currently in.)
STRUGGLING AS A PARENT?
When you learn why your kids do what they do, then your parenting responses will become smarter and more productive.
DID YOU GOOGLE IT?
If you Google “three desires” you’ll find Buddhism (or Maslow). This isn’t that. By the way, you’ll be glad to learn that your goal is not to “free yourself from desire.”
HARD RELATIONSHIPS DRAIN YOU DON’T THEY?
Good relationships are priceless, and bad relationships are a constant drain on your psyche. The next time you’re trapped in raw conflict, what would you pay to fix it? Maybe a lot.
PSYCHOLOGY MISSES THIS
You have not heard this teaching before. American psychology and counseling doesn’t understand this hidden knowledge though it’s been available for hundreds of years.
BEFORE YOU LEAVE, VISIT THIS PAGE
This page poses some intriguing questions. At the seminar you will get answers to the questions.
BEFORE YOU CONSIDER DIVORCE…
Before you consider divorce, you should learn why you and your partner do what you do. Your marriage is important, so if you want a better marriage, go deeper than you’ve ever gone before.
IMMEDIATE & POSITIVE IMPACT
This seminar will help anyone in need of couples therapy. It will help with parenting. Those seeking marriage counseling and marriage therapy will find immediate, positive impact on their relationships.
When you apply what you learn at this seminar, your relationships will get better.
Can’t pay for it? Contact us here–we have scholarship funds available.
“Your biggest problem is not your circumstances. Your biggest problem is not the people around you. Your biggest problem is you.” – Dave Bender
“The seminar was wonderful. The information we received will help us not only in our mentoring but also in our own marriage. It opened our eyes to the desires the drive our behavior.”Niles & Barb K.
“I really learned so much about the desires that drive behavior.”Female (name withheld)
“I didn’t know what to expect coming in, but my experience was eye opening. This course was insightful & thought-provoking.”Anissa S.
“This presentation helped to identify how some root issues of mine can affect my relationship…. Also very helpful tips on how to handle issues with our kids.”Angie G.
“Understanding the ‘three desires chart’ has had an impact on me. It helped me see myself and my own desires for what they are.”Carol C.
“The chart used divided the desires into relevant terms for modern life…. Very helpful course to show why we do what we do and how we can fix it…!”Jacob T.
“It was helpful because we were able to see clearer our part in the family struggles and it is common to have these struggles. It also helped in ways we can, in turn, help others in the same situation.”Female (name withheld)
“I recommend this training because it shows the deeper issues people have below the surface that lead to the negative behaviors…. As a result, this training helped me to distinguish between surface and root problems I have, so I can catch myself more quickly when I’m about to lose my temper or say something I shouldn’t say.”Ryan S.
“Before I learned these things, I was so blind to my own faults. I was such a blame shifter, and so so so selfish. It’s embarrassing to think about how selfish I must have looked to other people. I wish I had learned these things earlier. Now I find that I can actually ‘see’ what’s happening inside me and I catch myself…I can live for my family and other people around me rather than myself. It’s a relief.”Male (name withheld)