Module 10

Daily, Weekly, Monthly
Practices
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LESSON 8: Monthly Practices For An Extraordinary Relationship -
The Consideration Exchange Practice

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LESSON DESCRIPTION

In this lesson, you'll learn the monthly practices that make sure your relationship is extraordinary, not just "ok". These practices are a bit more involved than the daily or weekly practices, but they are totally worth it. These practices focus on growth, which is an essential part of any extraordinary partnership. Use the step-by-step guides that you'll learn in this lesson to make it easy to have a profound and loving conversation with your partner about areas where each of you want to grow.

Growing together is the single most important factor in predicting which relationships will last and which will peter out.

Use these monthly practices to make sure that your relationship is an essential part of helping each of you grow into the people you most want to become.

As a BONUS for your participation in this Evolving Love Course we've included our Daily, Weekly, Monthly Practices course which includes an email delivered to your inbox each week for 1 year. The email includes one of the Evolving Love Practices plus some step by step instructions so you can take what you've learned from this course and bring it into your daily life.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

Learn how to participate in your partners growth without nagging, mothering, fixing, or care-taking them
Learn the ground rules for using your relationship for individual growth
Get step-by-step instructions for how to invite your partner into a process of growing together that feels good to both people
Learn what kind of feedback is healthy (and fun) to get from a partner and what kind of feedback might not be helpful or pleasant
Get examples of partner-to-partner feedback that brings you closer together and feels great

“Love is a zendo, a spiritual dojo and sometimes a spa….We fall in love with (i.e.: hire) the sexiest, smartest, most advanced version of the parent we have the most wounds with in order to heal and transcend the hidden shackles from those wounds. It’s the most important job we ever interview for and should be taken very seriously, so never settle."

- Annie Lalla

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