For most couples, marital satisfaction decreases substantially after children. Between sleepless nights, temper tantrums, strained finances, battles over homework, and soccer practices, it’s easy to understand how a couple’s relationship takes a back seat. Before long, you may think of your partner primarily as a co-parent. Fundamental identities may change: from wife to mother; husband to father; from best friends and partners to parents. This workshop gives parents tools to navigate their relationship with their partners post-parenthood, as a stable relationship can significantly improve your child’s or children’s well-being. All are welcome: please feel free to come by yourself or with your partner.
David Fask, Ph.D., a licensed clinical psychologist, will facilitate this workshop. He specializes in managing stress, anxiety, and self-esteem, as well as helping parents enhance intimacy in their relationship while raising children.
This class has a $15 registration fee for one person, and a $25 registration fee for couples. REGISTRATION is REQUIRED and closes on MONDAY, DECEMBER 17th.