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Go from PAINFUL FIGHTING to CONNECTED COMMUNICATION

In this video...

discover how the COMMUNICATION TRANSFORMATION SELF STUDY course is a LIFE CHANGER!

 

COMMUNICATION IS THE KEY TO CONNECTION

BUT AUTISM SPECTRUM COUPLES DON'T SPEAK THE SAME LANGUAGE

"Every conversation ends up in a fight."

R.S. - Autistic spouse

"Now we just barely talk."

K.P - Neurotypical spouse

"We're roommates, at best."

J. M. - Neurotypical spouse

"The constant criticism is awful. Sometimes I just hide from her."

A. P. - Autistic Spouse 

"I just want to be heard"

C. M. - Neurotypical Spouse

"I want to understand what she needs from me."

R.M. - Autistic Partner

"I want us to be be close and connected!"

T. M - Neurotypical Spouse

YOU CAN'T FIX A PROBLEM THAT YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND.

SO LET'S CHANGE THAT.

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PERCEIVING IS BELIEVING

This is perhaps THE BIGGEST cause of PAIN and DISCONNECTION in autism spectrum relationships.

Putting it simply..

We all assign meaning to conversations and interactions from our own point of view.

Autistic partners often fail to recognize that partners have their OWN perspective.

Neurotypical partners often assign the WRONG meaning to their partner's behavior and actions.

Both partners contribute to the painful disconnect.

Autistic partners BELIEVE their own perceptions to be truths, or facts, without recognizing the perspective, opinions, and feelings of their partners.

Because of this, autistic individuals PERCEIVE CRITICISM in conversations where partners present different perspectives or opinions. The MEANING they take away is "I was attacked." "I'm being criticized."

Neurotypical partners PERCEIVE CONTROL or ABUSE...GASLIGHTING. The MEANING they take away is "I am not valued. I am not loved," or "I'm being manipulated and abused."

Autistic partners often respond with anger, meltdowns, or shut-downs, and shut-outs. Future interactions may be AVOIDED. The gap between you has been widened.

Neurotypical partners feel deeply hurt, confused, and desperate for acknowledgment, affirmation and validation. They may share their pain in the hopes that their partners will at least care that they're hurting.

But, the the cycle repeats from the beginning.

And BOTH partners - who actually love and care for each other - have unknowingly reinforced the gap that is widening between them.

The STARTING point in BREAKING this cycle is UNDERSTANDING the stages of COMMUNICATION and FIXING the BREAKDOWN.

Most couples have NO IDEA HOW to communicate, and this is CRITICAL in AUTISM SPECTRUM RELATIONSHIPS.



 You will:

  1. Discover WHY most communication breaks down before it even starts - WHY this happens and HOW to fix it.
  2. Learn HOW to HEAR and be HEARD
  3. Dramatically decrease the frequency of arguments.
  4. Learn to quickly mediate disagreements with mutually acceptable solutions.
  5. Increase joint decision-making.
  6. Decrease power-struggles.
  7. Decrease criticism and resentment.
  8. Increase affirmation and validation.
  9. Increase your CONNECTION as a couple.
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IN MY OWN AUTISM RELATIONSHIPS I FELT SO MISUNDERSTOOD.

  • I was accused of being critical (and I didn't understand why).

  • I felt hopeless and confused.  

  • I thought I was losing my mind.

  • I felt ashamed that I couldn't fix my relationship.  I felt angry.  I felt HURT!

  • Sometimes I even had moments of uncharacteristic rage that shocked and scared me.

  • I tried hard.  I requested talks so we could figure things out.  My autistic partners both hated the talks, though.

BOTH OF THESE RELATIONSHIPS TAUGHT ME THAT COMMUNICATION IS A CRITICAL FOUNDATION.

  • My marriage of 19 years to the father of my children ended, after multiple attempts for help with different counselors.  I  realized years later that he is on the autism spectrum.

  • The other relationship with a man on the autism spectrum ended after 2.5 years.

  • I also learned that I was going about it all wrong and I figured out why.

NOW MY CAREER IS DEVOTED TO HELPING MEN AND WOMEN

FIX THEIR OWN AUTISM SPECTRUM RELATIONSHIPS 

So, I created this COMMUNICATION TRANSFORMATION program to help individuals and couples in autism spectrum relationships FIX THE COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN.

...and instead learn to CONNECT.

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YOUR CURRICULUM

 


Module 1

Let's Get Acquainted

Introduction to the FOUR STAGES OF COMMUNICATION.


Module 2

STAGE ONE of Communication: 

What we BRING to a Conversation

Our beliefs, values, definitions, cultural influences, goals, expectations, etc.
This is the stage that is the MOST overlooked and where a LOT of breakdown occurs.

You will learn to identify pitfalls BEFORE they happen.


Module 3

STAGE TWO of Communication:

HOW we INTERACT

Body language (non-verbals); Vocal Tone; Approach; Assertive/Aggressive; Criticism; Avoidance

You will discover HOW to speak and listen in a way that connects versus disconnects; engages versus disengages; unites versus shuts down.


Module 4

STAGE THREE of Communication:

The MEANING we take away.
Filters, Assumptions, Misinterpretations, Clarification

Many couples leave a conversation with totally different interpretations and understandings of what was said. This leads to massive confusion and future conflict. 

You will discover HOW to ensure you both are CLEAR and have SHARED MEANING.


Module 5

STAGE FOUR of Communication:

How we REMEMBER (RECALL) a conversation
Current mood, Interference, Intent, Motivation

Our memory is influenced by our current emotional state, but also subsequent interactions or new information.

You will learn to recognize these influences in how you recall your conversations with your partner.  This will GREATLY decrease conflict about what was said previously, and improve "in the moment" communication. 


Module 6

Wrap-up

How you will INTENTIONALLY apply what you've learned going forward.

You will develop a strategy for your own accountability as an individual.

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Hi I'm Jodi!

You've found your way here, so that tells me you are confused. If you're in a long-term relationship, you're hurting. Maybe you don't even know much about the autism spectrum, and you're pretty scared - because a lot of what you've read online is daunting.

You want so badly to be happy, and to have the great relationship that you imagined - but, you're wondering if those hopes and dreams will ever become a reality.

I understand you.  I've been there, myself - and I've met countless men and women who are in relationships like yours.  You are my people and I'm here to help.

I look forward to helping you discover a whole new world of possibility in your relationship and in your life!

GET STARTED WITH THE SELF-STUDY COURSE

In this quick video, I explain why you will actually benefit MORE from the 6-week coaching group where I will take you and other couples through this program if you complete the SELF-STUDY COURSE first.

 

COMMUNICATION TRANSFORMATION: SELF-STUDY COURSE

$ 225 (FREE WITH A LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP)

50% OFF WITH AN ELITE MEMBERSHIP (SAVE $112.50)

This self-study course includes:

  • 33 page handbook
  • 7 course modules
  • Over 6 hours of video training
  • Over 16 hours of audio downloads
  • Downloadable presentation slides

In this Communication Transformation SELF STUDY Course you will:

  • Discover WHY most communication breaks down before it even starts - WHY this happens and HOW to fix it.
  • Learn HOW to HEAR and be HEARD
  • Dramatically decrease the frequency of arguments.
  • Learn to quickly mediate disagreements with mutually acceptable solutions.
  • Increase joint decision-making.
  • Decrease power-struggles.
  • Decrease criticism and resentment.
  • Increase affirmation and validation.
  • Increase your CONNECTION as a couple.
PURCHASE MY FULL CURRICULUM SELF-STUDY COURSE TODAY
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J.B. (Neurotypical)

I had no idea we were doing this, but now it's so obvious!

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R. T. (Autistic)

This is giving us such a specific way to figure out where we're getting off track.  I didn't know I wasn't hearing my wife.  Now I know HOW to listen to her.

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L.H. (Neurotypical)

I wish we'd known all of this 20 years ago!

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