14 Tuesday / January 14, 2014

Art of Thriving Relationships at The Venue

05:30 pm to 07:30 pm
The Venue Fine Art & Gifts, 114 S. Grant

Falling in love is easy, and anyone can do it. Staying in love requires a unique set of tools most of us have never learned. Join us on Tuesday, January 14, at 5:30 pm, at The Venue Fine Art & Gifts, for the “Art of Thriving Relationships” to learn the Top 10 Relationship Poisons and how to avoid them and the 8 Essential Ingredients for Lasting Love. Come alone or with your partner. You’ll walk away inspired, with new insights, and equipped with concrete ways to instantly start creating the relationship of your dreams!

Presenters Christine and Bret Eartheart LSW, Co-Founders of the Center for Thriving Relationships, are passionate about helping people awaken to new levels of lasting love in fun, easy, and revolutionary ways. They help people identify and dissolve what’s not working and create the fulfilling relationships they’ve always really wanted. Through their counseling and retreats, they help couples transform gridlock issues once and for all, turn breakdowns into breakthroughs, shift from problems into possibilities, change growing pains into growing gains, replace power struggles with playfulness, leap from conflict into co-creativity, and move from settling to sensational.

Refreshments will be provided by The Venue. Our fine selection of paintings, jewelry, ceramics, and other objects de art will also be on display and available for purchase. Free parking is available in the lot on the corner of 4th and Grant.

Cost: Free

For more information contact:

Gabe Colman
[email protected]

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