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CONFLICT:

UNDERSTAND IT

TO END IT

 
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COMMUNICATION IS THE KEY TO CONNECTION

BUT AUTISM SPECTRUM COUPLES GET STUCK IN A CYCLE OF CONFLICT...

BECAUSE THEY DON'T SPEAK THE SAME LANGUAGE...

AND THEY DON'T KNOW HOW TO FIX IT

"Every time we talk we end up fighting."

J.T - Autistic Partner

"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 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 TALK ABOUT IT.

THIS IS WHAT IS HELPING OTHER INDIVIDUALS, and COUPLES JUST LIKE YOU:

CONFLICT:

UNDERSTAND IT

TO END IT

In this 45-minute pre-recorded webinar, I talk with participants about:

  • What actually causes conflict (it's not what you think)
  • What conflict really is (also not what you think)
  • And how to actually make specific changes in your relationship to STOP the cycle of conflict and START connecting with your partner
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WHAT IS CONFLICT?  HOW CAN WE END IT?

This word means something different to every single one of you.

Most individuals on the spectrum AVOID conflict - or at least avoid having a discussion beyond "I'm right.  You're wrong." 

You guys are black and white thinkers, and there's not a lot of gray in your way of thinking.  Because of this, you often misinterpret what your partner has said as a personal attack.

Neurotypical partners...conflict means a lot of different things to you....because you aren't quite as a black and white in your thinking.  However... you are still misunderstanding your partner regularly, and you don't realize it - or WHY.

This dance of conflict and miscommunication is perpetuated over and over in relationships….

….and it’s worse in spectrum relationships because of the HUGE opportunity for communication errors and misinterpretation of language (both spoken and unspoken).

That's why I recorded this webinar to help you UNDERSTAND it so you can END this cycle of conflict and start CONNECTING!

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CONFLICT: UNDERSTAND IT TO END IT

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In this 45-minute pre-recorded webinar, discover:

  • What actually causes conflict (it's not what you think)
  • What conflict really is (also not what you think)
  • How to actually make specific changes in your relationship to STOP the cycle of conflict and START connecting with your partner
  • The four stages of communication that:
  • Decrease criticism and resentment.
  • Dramatically reduce the frequency of conflict
  • Increase affirmation and validation.
  • Increase your CONNECTION as a couple.
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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!

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 

 

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