Join me in this live two-hour class and discover the five things I’ve learned about deepening my ability to love others, and the practical steps that help me build, maintain, and celebrate my most important relationships.
Hi I’m Julie Lythcott-Haims.
I’m inviting you to join me for something special: Five Things I’ve Learned about Making Love Work.
I hope you’ll join me as we explore ways to deepen your connection with the person or persons who matter most to you. I’ll share what I’ve learned about making love work – whether you’re young or older, in a new relationship, an old relationship, an off-and-on-relationship, whatever. I will share what I’ve about romantic relationships, tips that are sure to be applicable to other very close human connections. As long as you want to deepen your ability to love others and make it one of the best things about your life, this course is for you.
Why Love? Because love is essential to our wellness and longevity but often eludes us. Because we see love in movies and television and novels and memoirs but we often have trouble translating someone else’s depiction of love into actual practice in our minds, hearts, homes and lives. I am interested in the real deal and in all of us having it.
I come at this from a 33 year and counting relationship that has had its less than lovely moments over the years. I come at this because my partner and I got great advice from others that I now want to pass along to you.
Love is ethereal yet very very practical. You can get better at it. If you’ve read this far, maybe you want to?
Now, love is not a one-way street so if you are in relationship and your relationship can handle it, I invite you to join this session together. In fact it would be great if you were here together. We’ll address what matters most when it comes to love and what gets in the way. You’ll leave with five specific ideas to try at home.
It’s my hope that our time together will help you on your way to deeper, longer-lasting love. That will make me very happy. You see, I am rooting for all of us to be okay. Being able to love and be loved is the marrow of life.