Becoming parents is one of the most challenging life adjustments. How do you keep your romantic relationship or marriage strong after baby arrives?
Research shows that 67% of new parents experience conflict, disappointment and hurt feelings. Finally, there is a class that your parents wish they had available to them. Take steps NOW to build confidence as you step into your new role as a parent while increasing connection in your couple relationship!
Learn skills and insights from a compassionate professional counselor to:
- Expand your knowledge of early child development
- Build healthy, supportive family relationships
- Work together as friends in the most memorable, early years
- Meet your child’s emotional and psychological needs
- Recognize and manage mood changes and sleep cycles
- Decrease postpartum depression, relationship conflict, and
- Create and sustain couple intimacy!
DON’T put your most important relationship on the back burner! DO step into your future with hope, confidence and practical skills that can help you create a strong, connected family!
Wondering if this workshop is right for you?
Research showed that couples who attending a couples support workshop had the following results:
Couples studied who did attend the BBH workshop*
- Relationship quality remained high and hostility remained minimal
- Only 22.5% of mothers had symptoms of post-partum depression
- When partners played with their child together, dad’s were more cooperative and less competitive with their partner.
- Dad’s were significantly more positive and had more fun with their babies
- Babies were significantly more tuned in to their parents
- Babies had much more intense positive emotions and fewer intense negative emotions
- Babies learned language sooner
- Babies were on the right course of emotional development
Couples studied who did NOT attend the BBH workshop*
- Relationship quality between parents deteriorated significantly and steadily over a 3-year period. Hostility increased dramatically
- More than 66% of mothers had symptoms of post-partum depression
- When partners played with their child together, dad’s were less cooperative and more competitive with their partner.
- Dad’s were less positive and had less fun with their babies
- Babies were less tuned in to their parents
- Babies raised by unhappy parents suffered developmentally. They lagged behind the babies of contented parents both intellectually and emotionally.
- Speech occurred later, potty training was delayed, and the ability to self-soothe was slow in coming and these children would lag behind for years to come.
*Cited from book: And Baby Makes Three: The Six-Step Plan for Preserving Marital Intimacy and Rekindling Romance After Baby Arrives by John Gottman & Julie Gottman, world-reknowned marriage and relationship researchers!
Using this evidence-based program, we can help you strengthen your couple relationship and help you launch a family that is happy and healthy!
This two-day workshop is well worth your time and money. You are investing in your happiness, your family and your future!