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Learn what to do when trust has broken down. Discover how you can begin rebuilding trust with your partnerLearn More
"The course helped me understand what my wife was feeling. It was especially helpful in teaching me how to appropriately respond. Learning how to show empathy to my wife changed our relationship and allowed her to feel like she was being heard."
"I like how straightforward and honest that you are about about each topic. It was no added fluff it was straight forward and to the point. I liked how each week seem to hit on something we were struggling with. And that I can go back and listen to it."
Heal Your Marriage from Porn - 6 hour audio course
By taking this course today, you'll get expert instruction from Geoff Steurer and Kevin Skinner, leaders in the field of pornography addiction and betrayal trauma recovery. We have helped thousands of couples over the past 20+ years find connection after trust has been damaged. We take the guesswork out of knowing where to start.
Learn why you argue and how to stop (45 min workshop)
If your marital disagreements seem to follow the same tired pattern, you're not alone. In fact, most couples get stuck for the same reasons. In this dynamic workshop, Geoff Steurer, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, teaches the reason why couples get stuck in the same frustrating patterns and how they can escape them.
Heal Addiction and Build Trust in Marriage (1 hr. workshop)
Addictions are hard on marriages, but the good news is that a marriage itself can be a couple's most powerful tool in healing any addiction. Whether it's an addiction to substances, food, pornography, spending, social media, screens, or work, couples can learn how to work together against the damaging effects of any addiction.
Love You, Hate the Porn: Healing a Relationship Damaged by Virtual Infidelity
Read the book that has helped thousands of couples!
A pornography addiction can feel like real infidelity to a spouse. There s nothing virtual about the damage done to a relationship, and the wounds are reopened each time a relapse is discovered. As tough as it is to overcome this addictive habit, healing a marriage damaged by pornography is even harder. For spouses, it s not enough for their partners to simply stop looking at porn. They need healing themselves.Buy On Amazon