Hey folks. Thanks for another great session last week. For those of you who couldn't attend, here is a brief summary.
See you March 4 for the next session.
Emotional Needs Questionnaire
His Needs - Video Overview
- Sexual Fulfillment
- Recreational Companionship - See Inventory
- Physical Appearance
- Domestic Support (Peace & Quiet)
Her Needs - Video Overview #1, (#2 to be viewed at Mar 4 session)
- Intimate Conversation
- Openness and Honesty (these last 3 to be discussed at Mar 4 session)
- Financial Support
- Family Commitment
For those people interested in watching a 6 part series on His Needs and Her Needs which goes into more detail, click here for the videos, and contact me if interested in borrowing the participant guide/discussion questions.
And, we encourage you to read the text book His Needs, Her Needs if you want more detail as well.
Basic Concepts - We read together and had group discussions at each table about each concept. To catch up, please read each of these concepts, and explore the links in the article to read about the topics in more detail.
Optional - interested participants completed the Love Bank Inventory to assess their "love bank levels". This will be completed in class each week.
Books - check out any of the one's listed below and order from amazon.ca or your favorite book supplier.
MMOC's next series of marriage presentations will follow Dr. Harley's practical hands-on program which includes assessments, videos, discussions and workbooks based on the following books:
- His Needs, Her Needs
- Love Busters
- The 5 Steps to Romantic Love
- He Wins, She Wins
- He Wins, She Wins - the Art of Marital Negotiating
- Surviving an Affair
Each session will be from 7-9 pm at MMOC.
- January 28 - Program Overview, testimonies, initial assessments, book orders
- February 11 - His Needs, Her Needs
- March 4 - Her Needs, Love Busters
- March 18 - Love Busters, The 5 Steps to Romantic Love
- April 15 - He Wins, She Wins - the Art of Marital Negotiating
- May 6 - Surviving an Affair
This series will be helpful for any one in a relationship, wanting to learn from a prior relationship, or interested in a new relationship.