What do our parents’ relationship conflicts from the past have to do with our own relationship issues today? What does fear have to do with an unfulfilled desire to have children? Or what is the value of housework?
In this seminar we will learn how we can overcome family problems, relationship conflicts and difficult parenting phases with more ease. We learn why bonding lays the foundation for a happy life during pregnancy and what our children’s problems have to do with the trauma of our own childhood.
Plus, we will also learn what we can do to be happy if our own history was marked by less good experiences – how we can still be happy and how we can manage to invest in trust instead of becoming authoritarian out of fear.
This seminar teaches you to ride the waves of life instead of constantly going down with them. This is because problems are not a catastrophe, but an opportunity. They can motivate us to reconsider old patterns and ingrained behaviors, and to let go of the emotions that make our lives heavy and difficult.
All you need is your willingness! Then this seminar can be a springboard for a new level to yourself, more love, connection and trust in your partnership and your family. It is aimed at all people who are looking for an easier, more loving and more fulfilling path through life.
This seminar helps us once again to uncover our fears and replace them with trust. In this way we can not only revitalize our partnership, but also contribute to a more loving togetherness in all our relationships.
April 28-30, 2023
Bolzano area (to be announced)
Friday, April 28, 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m
Saturday, April 29, 9:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, April 30, 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m
For the evening seminar:
€ 50 per person
For the weekend seminar:
€ 350 early bird until March 18, 2023
€ 380 seminar price per person
€ 350 pair price per person
Deposit fee € 100 / will be retained in the event of cancellation (for details and cancellation regulations, see confirmation of registration)
Monique Barger , Tel: +41768030726
Patrizia Isler, admin of Susanne Ernst