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Low Cost Help for Couples
Gary Brainerd, PhD
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Quality Low-Cost Help for Couple

Quality Low-Cost Help for Couples

Economic stress is hard on relationships.  Not only that but hard times make traditional help less and less affordable.  We are pleased to offer an option to couples that is very low cost and yet offers quality help.

The Couple's Workstation and a Private Talk Radio Program

The Couple's Workstation is the membership area of this website, where for as little as $10 a month you and your partner can learn skills, be coached in a process to analyze and understand your relationship frustration, learn each others love language, develop an action plan for healing and building your relationship -- and then receive email reminders to keep you aware of your action plan.  You can do this on your own, and it can be a daunting task.  Help is available.

Private Talk Radio Program

Members of the Couple's Workstation can for as little as $10 per week participate in a private web-based talk-radio program where the skills and processes of the Workstation will be demonstrated by real couples and where questions can be asked.  You can listen live and even be a demonstration couple or you can listen later at a time suitable for you and your partner.  The programs will be taped and can be played later on your computer or even downloaded to your iPod and MP3 player -- or burned on a CD to play in your car.

We recommend that couples select a weekly Couple's Workstation "date night" where they both listen to the program, hear a skill or process described, demonstrated and talked about and then, when the program is over, use that time to actually practice the skill or do one of the processes on the Workstation.

So for as little as $50 per month, you can receive quality help and support for as long as you need it.

If you still need more help, you might consider a Workshop (a very cost effective way of getting professional help) or with the help you are getting on the Workstation and the Radio show, you might get by with couple's therapy once or twice a month.

If course, if you can afford it, the ideal plan would likely include all of the above.

For more information email to Questions@Relationship-Help.Com

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