Couples Retreat – September 8, 2023
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Great Love & Great Sex Couples Retreat
Friday, September 8th (Via Zoom) 10am – 5:30pm ET
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We invite you to explore the way your relationship can be changed by understanding your cycle and finding tools to get reconnected – emotionally and sexually. Consider spending a whole day to focus on enhancing your relationship, intimacy, and understanding of each other. Join podcast Foreplay, co-hosts Laurie Watson, PhD, LMFT and George Faller, LMFT. Expert teaching, fun exercises with just you and your partner!
We believe that sexual connection is imperative to a romantic partnership. If you are in a negative push-pull cycle about sex, we can help you resolve this dilemma with research-driven methods.
Lecture is followed by questions and talking exercises just between you and your partner. No group participation necessary.
Identify your cycle, have a thorough plan to talk about every aspect of your sex life for deep understanding of each other, hear the sex talk you always needed!
♥ Has your marriage or partnership become functional but not exciting and loving?
♥ Do you want to deepen your connection and improve intimacy with your partner?
♥ Is sex something to just check off your list now?
♥ Have you been trying to get that “sizzle” back?
♥ Do you want to want to break the negative emotional and sexual cycles in your partnership?
The workshop will be a safe place for just you and your partner to discuss issues around your sex life and intimacy. We’re going to talk about desire, arousal, and orgasm in men and women as well as where we differ. We’ll discuss great sex and what it means and give you exercises to improve how your mind, body, heart, and spirit can be more involved so that you and your partner can find deeper connection.
Examining how sexual pursuers and withdrawers feel about sex and how the cycle between them can frustrate both, George and Laurie will talk about how resolving this dilemma can improve a couple’s bond. Lastly, we’ll discuss how having a safe conversation of looking at things from your partner’s perspective can increase vulnerability and create change in your relationship!