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Are you both speaking the same language?
Love. It's one of the things that people always seems to struggle with getting right. Finding the right partner, having a great relationship and keeping that relationship happy and healthy over the years.
Learning your love language can make a drastic improvement on your relationship.
True, it's not easy. In fact, quite often, it can be particularly challenging. If you find yourself wondering why you're always cuddling your partner and wishing they'd cuddle you more or telling telling your partner how proud you are of them oh how nice they look and feel disappointed that they don't return the same affirmations, there could be a very good reason for it.
Many of us don't understand that individuals show love differently. If you're always doing housework hoping your partner will get the hint or if you or your partner have a hard time expressing in words your feelings for the other, it's because your languages are different. Knowing your language, and better yet knowing your partners can allow you to understand what 'language' they best respond to and vice versa.
These sessions can do wonders for any relationship (or even those who aren't in one) and are a great way to re-connect and re-establish the communication lines between two people.
They leave you with peace of mind when it comes to understanding what your partner needs and wants to feel happy and loved in your relationship, and you get to walk away with that feeling too! Everybody wins!
These workshops are held in the south eastern area of Melbourne in a casual environment and allow you and your partner to determine how you wish to receive and communicate love, and how to best move forward with the information you have and grow your relationship tremendously.
Learn Your Love Language is one of several workshops held in a small environment organised by Starting Today Coaching's Megan Luscombe, one of Melbourne's most sought after relationship coaches.
Date: 22nd of January Time: 7-9pm Venue location: St Kilda Library Community Room
Cost: $90pp $1.15 b/f
Purchase your ticket today to ensure your place as this event is limited to 15 people only!