FREDERICKTOWN — A relationship can be refreshed with “Couple Talk,” a class that focuses on the skills of communication, conflict resolution and commitment care.
“Couple Talk” begins Tuesday, Oct. 8 and runs for four consecutive weeks from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the TouchPointe Marriage and Family Resources classroom at the former Fredericktown High School, 117 Columbus Road.
Class facilitators, Dan and Barb Humphrey say, “Marriage is like a musical duet and it is always better with back up musicians helping to keep the relationship on key. We think nothing about going to a doctor for a check up or taking the car in for an oil change; so, couples need to consider refreshing and deepening their relationship.”
Classes are open to anyone in the area and can be of benefit to couples in any stage of life from pre-marital, to newlyweds, to those balancing work and kids, to empty nesters.
Register by calling 740-485-5408 or going online to www.touchpointe.org.
TouchPointe’s goal is to help create healthy marriages, healthy families and healthy communities. It is a recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides classes and mentoring facilitated by trained volunteers.
Published on October 1, 2013