People often live off of fantasy what they believe they should receive in relationships, which can result in disappointment and unmet expectations. Oftentimes, individuals may find themselves communicating ineffectively with one another resulting in settling, getting too comfortable or hoping things will change on their own.
The Marriage/Relationship Makeover workshop, now in its 13th year, welcomes any individuals or couples struggling in their relationships.
Taking place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., June 30, with a break for lunch, this workshop is designed to assist individuals with identifying and meeting their needs as well as educating them on becoming more consciously loving, no matter what their circumstances. Attendees are afforded the opportunity to re-evaluate themselves as well as their relationships.
“Any relationship can be turned around with willing, committed partners,” expresses Karen L. Kaye, facilitator. Kaye has been in private practice for more than 35 years. Marriage/relationship counseling is one of the main focuses of her practice. Past attendees (both married and unmarried) of this workshop have called it “concise” and “rewarding,” wishing it lasted longer.
Cost: $25/per individual and $40/per couple. Location: Weston. For more information and to reserve your space, call 954-384-1217.