The Principles of Healthy Relationships

19-08-14 The Principles of Healthy Relationships

We need to know who we really are before
we can know what will really work for us.

Monday Nights

7:00pm – 9:00pm
8 Weeks – September 9th – October 28th

Location Provided Upon Registration
$500 plus GST

Groups are small. Limited space available.
Email to reserve a spot.


This course is designed to answer the following questions:

How do I know if I’m with the wrong partner?

How can I gracefully leave a bad relationship?

How can I improve a bad relationship without my partner’s help?

How do I avoid starting another bad relationship?

How do I find a good relationship with a partner I respect?

How do I maintain a healthy relationship with the right partner?

Being single, dating, being in a relationship –or making a healthy choice to leave one– can all be forms of demonstrating love and respect. Wisdom is knowing which people and situations need which versions of our love.

Each of the questions above can be resolved through a better understanding of how our emotional life flows and impacts our decisions about ourselves and others. That understanding is critical, because it is those principles that not only help us find the right people, they are the same ones that help us stay with them –or leave them if that’s best.

The sessions themselves often feel like a fascinating combination of conversation punctuated by interesting tests designed to reveal us to ourselves. And because we are referring to principles all humans share, people are free to offer as much or as little personal information as they like without reducing the impact of the benefits.

(More about this approach can be found by reading the post Relationship School.)

Whether we are young and timid virgins seeking our first connection, a 30 year old nymphomaniac seeking healthy limits, a 40 year old with pre-teens and a challenging schedule, or someone both divorced and widowed who is looking for happiness in our later years; we all share the need to know what our limits and needs are.

A good approach to any aspect of any stage of any relationship is to earnestly respect the other person while not losing touch with our understanding and respect for ourselves. This course is about teaching people how to find that balance.