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Start Right – Stay Connected

Start Right – Stay Connected

Pre-marital Workshop

Session #1: Sat, Oct 15th, 2022 2022 | 9:00 – 4:00 EST

Session #2: Sun, Oct 16th, 2022 2022 | 9:00 – 4:00 EST

Workshop Description

In the midst of thinking about strolling down the aisle, you must not forget to firm up a foundation that will keep your relationship strong. Designed to help engaged couples and those considering engagement build a strong foundation for a successful marriage. This workshop will break down major relationship concepts, demonstrate a conflict resolution tool, and uncover ways to maintain respect and closeness in their relationship. Couples will leave with a deeper insight of each other, a clear understanding of what makes a healthy relationship, and tools that they can apply immediately.

  • Do you and your partner find yourselves in conflict gridlock?
  • Do you and your partner get stuck when talking about hot topics like money, children, and sex?
  • Do you or your partner have undefined marriage expectations or role beliefs?

If you can answer yes to any of these questions, then this is the workshop for you and your intimate partner.

Agenda Snapshot

Session #1

  • Welcome,
  • Communication in All the Love Languages
  • The Art of Listening
  • The Differences Between the Sexes
  • Maintaining a Healthy Sex Life
  • Creating a Safe Space for Communication

Session #2

  • Changes in Desire
  • Money & Chores
  • Parenting
  • Affair Prevention & Recovery
  • Wrestling with the Past
  • Forgiveness
  • Goal Setting and the Creating a Plan
Meet Your Facilitator
Dr. Dauv has seen it all when it comes to training and facilitation. He has trained on topics such as communication, team dynamics, conflict resolution, and goal setting for over 10 years. These are all very useful skills inside of a committed romantic relationship and now he has set his sights on couples. He fully understands that couples who master the skills of conflict resolution, communication, and adopting a team attitude, are not only more successful as partners, but experience a deeper level of intimacy and happiness. 

As the CEO and Boss at The Gallus Collective, he holds a PhD in higher education leadership, as well as an MBA. He is the author of the book “Don’t Forget to Breathe.” In his spare time, Dauv likes to hang out with his two sons and watch movies.

​Dr. Dauv says:
I want to get all up in their business so couples can fully understand the business of marriage. My engaging facilitation style, creative activities, and sense of humor will make the class fun and leave participants wanting more. Expect to make some great memories and learn important tools needed to make your relationship last.

Meet Your Facilitator
Vernita Griffith is a God lover, wife, mother, MeeMee, entrepreneur, trainer, lover of family and an unshakable optimist dedicated to enriching relationships and shining a positive light on marriages. She has 30 plus years as a facilitator and more than 20 years of successfully working with couples and families.

Tri Team Unlimited is the culmination of her many years of learning, work, and experiences that sit squarely on top of raw passion. Through these workshops and other tools, she creates an experience for couples that will deepen their intimacy, enrich their relationships, connect with other likeminded couples, and energize them with new tools. Couples will walk away knowing that real happiness is within their reach and they are reaching in the right direction. Reach out to us, and we will reach back!

According to WikiExpert: The most common reasons for divorce are 1. Lack of commitment 2. Infidelity 3.Conflicts & Arguments

In what year does divorce usually take place?

High: 1-2 years and 5 – 8 yearsAverage: 2-4 years and 15 – 20 yearsLow: 9-15 years

According to Wilkinson & Finkbeiner Family Law Attorneys, those who marry before the age of 18 have a 48% chance of getting divorced and those who marry between the ages of 25-39 have a 60% chance of divorce. People who get married over the age of 25 are 24% less likely to get divorced.