Love Languages: Exploring How You Give and Receive Love

  • December 19, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Love Languages: Exploring How You Give and Receive Love
Facilitated by Donald Gerard, MA, CHT

Thursday, December 19, 2013
7:00PM – 9:00PM
3637 Grand Avenue, Suite B
Oakland, CA

$10 (free for Soulmate Community Premium Members)

Relationship therapist Gary Chapman says that your language of love is the exact behavior from another that lets you know that you are loved. Chapman also says that if a person is not communicating in your specific language, no matter what else they do, you don’t feel loved. Knowing your language of love allows you to communicate clearly what someone can do for you to show love.

In this discussion, we will identify our primary love languages and discuss ways in which to communicate them appropriately so that we can get what we need.

Ultimately, you emerge with tools, strategies, and a deeper understanding of yourself that empowers you to choose and attract the right people.

$10/meeting (Free for Soulmate Community Premium Members!)

Seating is limited, so please RSVP if you plan to attend.

You may also RSVP at http://www.donaldgerard.com/events/love-languages/.

For more about Donald Gerard, Soulmate Coaching, and the Soulmate Community:
http://www.donaldgerard.com

About the Facilitator:

Donald Gerard holds an Master’s degree in Holistic Health Education and is a certified NLP Coach and hypnotherapist. Through one-on-one coaching, groups, classes, workshops, teleseminars, presentations, and his book Collective Wisdom: Powerful Stories and Practical Advice for Achieving Success, he has helped thousands of individuals reach their relationship, career, and life goals.

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  • Jessica

    Hello. I was wondering, can i pay at the door?

    December 15

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