Go from feeling alone, disrespected, and disconnected in your marriage to reconnected like never before when you get immediate access to this 4-part workshop, jam-packed with tools and techniques to quickly turn your marriage around, or improve an already great marriage.
Your classes include inspiring and practical tools giving you the opportunity to discover how to:
– Emerge from a difficult relationship rut and foster an unbreakable connection between you and your husband.
– Get your husband to open up and share (Disconnection is the number one cause for divorce.)
– Be heard when you are speaking. It’s horrible to speak and feel like you’re not being listened to.
– Deal with your husband’s bad habits. Sometimes it’s the small things that can have the most profound impact on a marriage.
About Sara Yoheved Rigler: Sara Yoheved Rigler is a popular international lecturer, author and marriage mentor. She has given lectures and workshops in Israel, England, Switzerland, South Africa, Mexico, Chile, Canada, and over thirty American cities. Through her highly-acclaimed marriage workshop, Sara Yoheved has helped over 2,000 women around the world improve their marriages and has transformed the lives of many of them.
“I am so appreciative of Sara Yoheved Rigler’s workshop. She is presenting concepts that exist out there in the “working on your marriage” secular world, and in the “Torah’s view of marriage” Torah world, but she puts it all together in a unique and very practical, applicable, one-step-at-a-time way.”
“I have read many shalom bayis books and heard many shiurim, but Sara Rigler’s unique presentation was succinct yet comprehensive, simple yet powerful, and truly transformational. I wish I had heard this wisdom 30 years ago.”
“I found your workshop to be a thorough synthesis of material I have been learning for years and the single best presentation on Shalom Bayit I have attended. After one week of working on being a “Kesher Wife,” my wonderful husband planned the trip to the Golan we have been talking about taking for 2 years. When I stepped away from my “being in control” role, he assumed responsibility for every detail of the trip. It was a real vacation for me.”
“I gained so much from the seminar. Wow, did it speak to me! I am catching myself looking or acting like those ladies [criticizing, correcting, and controlling] and re-framing myself. Those of us who were there felt deeply challenged to reevaluate our styles of communication.”