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It’s a fact of any marriage or relationship: You’re going to get triggered! Your partner is going to do or say stuff that drives you nuts or makes you feel hurt, angry, or sad. You are going to misunderstand each other, have conflicts, disagreements and problems to sort through. When you struggle in relationship, triggers are involved.

How have you tried to deal with your triggered responses in relationship? What do you do to make the irritating or hurtful behavior go away?  


Perhaps you ...

  • Tell your partner to stop or change?

  • Explain what your partner did wrong?

  • Blame, complain or criticize?

  • Stuff your feelings or stop talking?

  • Get experts to weigh in and validate your experience?

  • Spend hours trying to figure out who said what and why?


Whatever tactic you employ when you're triggered often escalates the conflict instead of calming it down or solving the issue.


Dealing with triggers in a productive way is an absolute must-have skill for any relationship to be successful.

In this new mini-workshop, you’ll learn our signature process for dealing with triggers, and you’ll get to practice with your partner on the spot. We walk you through step-by-step, telling you exactly what to do. Our clients and students post our Triggers Process on their refridgerators or keep them in a photo album on their phones. It's that's essential! All in just 90 minutes.


Some of what you'll learn:

  • Identify your triggers.

  • Realize what you’re really upset about.

  • Change what you’re upset about.

  • Talk to each other when triggered in a way that fosters understanding and connection.

  • Use our proven process to deal with triggers (this is a true tool for life).

  • Help yourself and each other when you feel angry or hurt.

How To Deal With Triggers Mini-Workshop

  • Once you purchase the mini-workshop, you'll be sent an email with a  link to the workshop video and your handbook. You can do the mini-workshop in one sitting (approx. 90 minutes), or break it up in smaller bits. You can come back to the video as many times as you like.

    You can always reach out to us with questions or to get further relationship support:

    Enjoy your course!

    ❤️ Sonika & Christian,

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