More Courage for Couples—Partnership as a Work in Progress
A Sacred Fire LifeWays Webinar
Wednesday, June 23, 2021 | 7:00-8:15 pm Eastern (US)
More practices for reconnection, inspiration and rejuvenation
Did you appreciate the new tools you received in the first “Courage for Couples” workshop in March? Then you won’t want to miss More Courage for Couples, a follow-up webcast that is OPEN TO EVERYONE.
If you’re in a committed relationship, you know the difficulty of successfully navigating the challenges of shared lives.
- While we seek to foster strong, healthy, and mutually-supportive relationships, we become distracted by today’s hectic technological and media-driven world.
- Important family and community networks are often geographically far-flung and leave couples less time and opportunity to establish practices for successfully moving through life’s changes “for better or worse, in sickness and in health.”
In this webinar, Dusty and Christine Staub will introduce well-tested practices that support couples through the rough patches.
Dusty and Christine recently celebrated their 33rd wedding anniversary. They consider their marriage a “work in progress” and agree that they have learned the most from supporting each other through respective rough patches. They are the parents of three young adult children and have two precocious grandchildren. The Staubs are both initiated Sacred Fire Firekeepers and have been holding community fires since 2005. Hosted by Sacred Fire LifeWays Director Sherry Boatright, the session will feature an experiential exercise, discussion, and Q & A.
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This hour-long online program, a learning opportunity of its own, is also an introduction to the full Courage for Couples Weekend, tentatively set for mid-October 2021. Dusty and Christine will facilitate the full two-day immersive program at Deer Thicket Sanctuary, in Greensboro, North Carolina (USA).
Christine, trained as a family physician, quickly saw her practice evolve to more holistic models of healing. Her current focus is on creating space for healing at the level of community. Christine studied Plant Spirit Medicine with Eliot Cowan, which opened the door to joining the Sacred Fire organization as it was first formed.
Dusty started his career as a family and marital therapist. For the last 35 years, he has been a highly sought leadership consultant who helps build purpose, passion and power in individuals, teams and organizations. In particular, his work focuses on emotional intelligence and courage.
7:00 – 8:15 pm EST
This course is being offered as a gift to the Sacred Fire community. Your donations make events like this and others possible. Please consider making a donation in the spirit of exchange for what you’ll receive during our time together.