This blog will allow students that participated in the relationship improvement class to review and expand upon the things they learned during classroom instruction. I also extend the invitation to anyone who is interested in improving his or her interpersonal relationships to peruse the materials available here. I hope that you will be edified by what you find. As you can see, however, the blog is (and hopefully will always be) a work in progress. I humbly ask for your patience and extend to you the promise that it will become more and more useful to you as time goes on. I also want site visitors to understand that I am solely responsible for the content of this blog and that statements, artwork, or other material found herein should not be construed to represent the feelings, beliefs, etc. of any other person or organization, including any of my employers or the church I attend. Again, I am solely responsible for this blog's content, except in those instances when I have used quotations, videos, and so forth created by other individuals, in which case I have done my best to provide accurate source documentation. If you have any comments or suggested improvements, feel free to email me at InsideOutChange@gmail.com. As time goes by, please continue to check back; I'll do my best to make this blog the best it can be!

Friday, January 23, 2009

#16: Barreling Over the Falls: LIFE in the Middle of the Relationship Apocalypse

I just wanted to let everyone know that I have put what amounts to nearly an entire lesson's worth of material from one of my Friday night classes in a series of posts on my other blog. I did it as a sort of experiment, just to see how it would work and if it was worth the time it took. The title of the lesson is "Barreling Over the Falls: Life in the Middle of the Relationship Apocalypse." Again, the address is class-lifeinthemiddle.blogspot.com. The lesson material is contained in posts 3-8 and proceeds in numerical order starting with post 3. There are quite a few video clips that are embedded in the posts, as well as practical advice from Dr. John Gottman, one of America's most respected marriage researchers/clinicians. Please check it out and let me know what you think. If anyone would like a copy of the worksheet that is referenced in the posts, simply contact me by email. Have a great day.

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