Make Love Not War
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Make Love Not War

How to Stop Fighting, Start Negotiating and Fix your Relationship
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Created by Rodney Owen
Last updated 4/2015
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Identify triggers that cause fights
  • Develop a win/win mindset
  • Resolve conflicts and differences
  • Fix your relationship
  • Take back your personal power
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Requirements
  • Be Human
  • Have a relationship of some kind whether it's with a partner, parent, friend, child or even co-worker
Description

    One of the hardest things about being in a relationship is fighting. When you fight with your partner, nothing gets resolved and with irreconcilable differences the primary reason for most divorces, fighting can be fatal to an otherwise happy marriage. It doesn’t have to be this way.

    Learn how to stop fighting and save your relationship by negotiating instead

      ·Learn the difference between fighting and negotiating

      ·Discover the 8 Rules of fighting

      ·Master the 4 steps of a negotiation

    Develop the skills and mindset of happy couples

    Couples who stand the test of time all know resolve their differences in a way that is constructive and respectful to their partner. This course will help you be one of those couples. We’ll look at fighting, what it is and why it is so hurtful and give you the rules you need to follow to ensure an argument doesn’t turn into World War 3.

    Then, we’ll look at negotiating, how is it different to fighting, the steps you need to follow to negotiate effectively and how you can use this with your kids. We’ll even give you a special bonus module that will help you to be assertive.

    This course was recorded live at our two workshop “The Relationship Toolbox” and was among the most popular topics of the whole 2 days. The 21 lectures in this course will help you to learn how to control your emotions, communicate effectively with your partner and resolve your differences. Upon completion, you’ll have all the tools you need to reduce the amount and intensity of your fights.

Who is the target audience?
  • People in a long or short term relationship
  • Couples who fight and argue
  • Couples who have difficulty in resolving conflicts and problems
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Curriculum For This Course
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Stop Fighting
6 Lectures 27:18



Rules of fighting
16:25

Resolving fights vs supresing fights
02:05

Rules of Fighting exercise
1 page

How much do you remember?

Revision Quiz
4 questions
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Start Negotiating
3 Lectures 08:21
Characteristics of Negotiating
04:22

Stages of a Negotiation
02:36

Why negotiation is good for kids
01:23

Revision Quiz
3 questions
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"Special Bonus" Module: Power and Relationships
3 Lectures 08:53
What is Power?
02:53

How to handle power plays
02:53

How to disengage from power plays
03:07

Revision Quiz
2 questions
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Where to now?
3 Lectures 01:30
How to make it work
00:54

Bonus
00:18

Closing
00:18
About the Instructor
Rodney Owen
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Counsellor

Rodney is a Counsellor and founder of Bloke Support, an organisation that helps men, families and couples with a range of issues including relationships, anger management, depression, stress management and workplace issues.

Rodney started working with Lifeline in 2009 as a Telephone Counsellor and supervisor where he has spoken with hundreds of people with a variety of issues. Rodney also worked as a mental health support worker working with clients with acute mental health issues such as schizophrenia and bi polar disorder.