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The FOUR stages of COMMUNICATION - you've never been told about three of them.

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Visit us online at: SpectrumRelationships.com

In this 45-minute webinar, discover what therapists don't even know. (I was trained and licensed as a therapist - I know what they know!)

Discover HOW to interrupt the perpetual cycle of conflict, and HOW to CONNECT.

The FOUR stages of communication:

#1:  What we BRING to the relationship, and to each interaction...this stage is totally missed by most therapists and coaches.

#2:  HOW we INTERACT....this stage is the most commonly addressed in counseling, but traditionally trained therapists make things WORSE because they don't understand the different languages that you speak in an Asperger's relationship.

#3:  The MEANING we take away...this stage is also missed by therapists, and is CRITICAL in how you form the narrative of your relationship (who you are as a couple, and who you are as individual partners).  

#4:  The way we REMEMBER our interactions....bottom line...our memories are very unreliable, and are detrimental to our relationship health.  I'll explain why.

This webinar will help you:

  • Decrease criticism and resentment.
  • Dramatically reduce the frequency of conflict
  • Increase affirmation and validation.
  • Increase your CONNECTION as a couple.

**BONUS - Receive my "2 or 10 Conflict Management Strategy" emailed directly to your INBOX with a free downloadable print-out.

What People Are Saying:

“I had no how to tell if something was important to my wife, but now we can get straight to the point.”

M. F. (Autistic)

“The 2 or 10 strategy is an awesome tool to help us recognize how much we're misunderstanding each other about what is really important.”

T. A. (Neurotypical)

“Stage 1 of communication completely changed things in regards to how I approach my spouse”

M. T. (Neurotypical)