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Congregation Bonai Shalom is offering this class, open to the community, beginning in April.

Plan Ahead: Keeping Love Alive® Class

What if …you could get your spouse to be more responsive and less resistant?
What if …you could have better, more meaningful communication with your partner?
What if …you could stop having that same old argument?
What if …you could fall in love with each other again?
What if … all this (and more) could happen in just a few short weeks?
It can …Falling in love is easy. Staying in love is another matter.

Michele Weiner-Davis, relationship expert and best-selling author of Divorce Busting, has designed the Keeping Love Alive® program, a proven program that teaches you how to make your marriage great and keep it that way!

You’ll learn down-to-earth, practical skills that will allow you and your spouse to communicate better and feel closer and more connected –
immediately!

Sharon Kocina will teach this six week class beginning April 5 from 7-9 p.m. at Bonai Shalom. The fee is $125 per couple with a $25 materials fee.

For more information contact Congregation Bonai Shalom: info@bonaishalom.org or Ann Korda: adulteducation@bonaishalom.org.

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