Help for couples who want to grow close for a lifetime.

Want to stop arguing and start connecting with your spouse? This e-course will offer you habits to improve your marriage communication so you can smile more and fight less.

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It doesn’t matter what stage of marriage you’re currently in; what matters is that you are willing to examine the habits you have (or don’t have) and make changes.

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Self-directed

Six modules and 26 topics to discover at your own pace. An email will help orient you to the classroom.

Simple, Practical

Simple, practical strategies will help you focus on a tiny habit that will make big changes.

I am Rebecca Mullen, my company is called Altared Spaces, and the thing I’m most proud of in my life is my marriage.

My husband and I met in junior high school so we grew up together and navigated a lot of changes. We’ve been through big adventures like flipping a raft in the icy waters of the Alsek River in Alaska. And we’ve comforted each other during several family deaths including my mother, step-father and brother. We have struggled financially for years, and, later, we learned to invest together.

Why am I proud? This is not the same marriage we started with. I would say that our marriage died twice and we managed to find something new in the ashes of the old. During those resurrections of our love we both had to grow. I noticed I was pretty controlling and he realized how important it is to me that he communicate. It’s been a wild ride, far more frightening than that raft flip and lonelier, at times, than losing my mom.

I made a vow after my parents’ divorce, that I would create a whole family. Have you heard the life-mastery phrase: do one, see one, teach one? I searched out every resource I could find to help me understand what it takes to make a relationship work during the difficult times as well as the times of joy. I’ve been practicing see one for 50 years. I’ve been in the do one phase of marriage for more than three decades. Now I’m eager to share with you what I’ve learned, and I want you to join me as I teach one.

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1

Overcome Fear

When you’re afraid you hide. Or fight. Or run away. None of these behaviors will help you build intimacy with your spouse. These 4 lessons offer you practical tips to overcome fear so you can connect with your spouse.
2

Get Clear

A lack of clarity will cause conflict in your marriage. What do you want? It’s a simple quesLon, but most conflict begins because your or your spouse are confused. These 5 lessons will give you tools to get clear so you can communicate with kindness.
3

Ask Cleanly

If you want to intensify intimacy in your marriage, ask cleanly. You think you’re asking clearly, but you’re not. A clear ask is vulnerable, so we don’t want to do it. These 4 lessons will give you tools to ask differently so you connect with your spouse.
4

Beware Conditions

Conditions will suck the life out of your marriage. Have you ever felt like your spouse will love you IF you’re thin? Or IF you’re rich? Or IF you say yes instead of no? These 4 lessons will give you binoculars to see conditions coming so your love stays pure.
5

Affirm Lovingly

You’ve said “Yes,” your spouse hears “No.” What happened? These four lessons will help you identify invisible barriers in your language. Stop dissing your spouse unintenyionally so your spouse feels supported and loved.
6

Build Boundaries

Weak boundaries cause wounds, and you and your spouse hide to protect yourselves. These 4 videos help you create strong boundaries that create calm in your relationship. You’ll feel safe and free to love generously from a place of strength.

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Tiered pricing is available to make the class affordable for all couples. Just choose the price that works for your family!

This personal growth class was created based upon my years as a coach working with couples as well as decades of research. As with any personal growth, the critical factor is you: The effort, time and dedication you put in. I am not responsible for you success: Your success is based on you showing up for yourself. Neither am I responsible for your failure: You won’t change if you don’t engage. I promise to provide you with a great toolbox filled with insight and practical habits. These students agree that they were happy with the results they obtained.