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Practical, family-oriented courses that are fun and informative and come with tons of learning enhancements:

  • learning cues to make sure you're taking in the important information
  • interactive media
  • step-by-step action plans that will help you get started, show progress, and keeping going until there's success

Get Your Relationship in Sync

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Who is it for?

  • Couples feeling a lack of connection
  • Couples experiencing bad timing
  • Couples looking for solutions to difference in marriage: communication, sex, money

When people feel the most comfortable and peaceful in their relationships, most cannot identify the reasons why. But professionals know that these times are usually because both people are participating in a form of interaction known as synchrony. A simple example is one person nodding and showing interest while the other person is talking. Both people are in sync.

Conflict and negative emotions reduce the rhythm and synchrony of a relationship so that neither person feels understood, appreciated, or close. Solving some marital problems can be accomplished if couples are willing to recreate their rhythm and synchrony. This mini course will help you learn how to better synchronize and adjust your relationship through communicating your desires and negotiation.


You can participate in working out differences or you can argue or avoid talking. Learn how to negotiate instead and make things positive for both of you. Negotiation is one way couples calibrate their relationship.


  • Timing and Synchrony
    • What, how, when things "should" happen in your marriage
    • How to communicate what you want
  • Calibration
    • Fine tuning your relationship
  • How You Want It
    • How to negotiate
    • Clarifying expectations
    • Creating understanding
    • Good and bad stimulus-response chains: acts that stimulate certain kinds of behavior; and how to create positive links
    • Learned gender roles