Charlotte

Tips for husbands on Valentine's dayPlay episode Subscribe via RSS Subscribe via iTunesDownload a transcript Sponsored by Rosen Law Firm

Are you in a last-minute panic about which flowers to buy, where to make dinner reservations, and whether or not you bought this same card for your wife last year? Are you trying to figure out how to top the Valentine’s Day gift you bought last February? Dr. Michael Hall returns to the show to share four sure-fire steps for husbands trying to make a good impression as well as discussing how to move away from focusing on the ever bigger box of candy or flower arrangement and instead paying attention to the individual needs and emotions of your wife.

Michael owns a private practice with his wife Barbara in Charlotte, NC where he not only works with individuals and couples for relationship and marriage counseling, he is a well known figure in the corporate and career counseling world as well. You can give Michael a call at 704.858.2984 to find out more.

Emotional AbusePlay episode Subscribe via RSS Subscribe via iTunesDownload a transcript Sponsored by Rosen Law Firm

The signs of physical abuse are often easy to recognize, but do you know the indicators of emotional abuse in a relationship? Where do we draw the line between a benign sarcastic exchange every now and then and behavior that is truly hurtful to one or both spouses? Dr. Michael Hall joins us to examine exactly what emotional abuse is, the impact it has on both spouses, and steps you can take to remedy this behavior in your marriage.

Michael owns a private practice in Charlotte, NC where he not only works with individuals and couples for relationship and marriage counseling, he is a well known figure in the corporate and career counseling world as well. You can give Michael a call at 704.858.2984 to find out more.

This free workshop will be held in the Charlotte office of Rosen Law Firm from 5:45-7:30 p.m. and will be led by Patricia Hogan, Ph.D.

The Charlotte office is located at:
301 McCullough Drive, Suite 510

Falling in love is easy. Staying in love is another matter. Learn what the latest marital research says about what differentiates the masters and disasters of marriage. Learn about the types of communication that build greater intimacy. Leave the workshop with added confidence that your marriage can be enhanced.

This workshop is for you if:
– You and your spouse keep arguing about the same issues
– You feel like you and your spouse have grown apart and are now like roommates
– You feel resentful, misunderstood, or hurt much of the time
– You and your partner get along well, you just want to feel closer
– You feel hopeless and are considering divorce

You can find out more about Dr. Pat Hogan on her website, DrPatHogan.com

To reserve a space, simply send an email with your first name, an email address or phone number (we only use this to notify you if the seminar date changes), and the date/location of the seminar you would like to attend to seminars@stayhappilymarried.com, or call us at 919.256.1558. Reservation is not required, but it helps us prepare for the event.