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Feel Accepted & Connected

By working through interpersonal conflict effectively and efficiently

The Relationship School® Presents:

Feel Accepted & Connected

By working through interpersonal conflict effectively and efficiently

The Relationship School® Presents:

Feel Accepted & Connected

By working through interpersonal conflict effectively and efficiently

The Relationship School® Presents:

Feel Accepted & Connected

By working through interpersonal conflict effectively and efficiently

The Relationship School’s® Weekend Intensive

In Boulder, Colorado! November 7-9, 2019

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Be the most resourced person during any upset or conflict by learning the basics of how to communicate during conflict and stress.

 

Be honest. You want to feel connected more than disconnected, right? You want to feel accepted more than judged. If that’s the case, it’s up to you to make that happen.

Stop tolerating people who don’t get you, understand you, and know you. It’s time to uplevel your relational life and it starts with the person in the mirror.

All you need are a few simple, yet powerful tools to learn how to be a badass during emotionally intense moments in relationships. We all want to belong and be accepted for who we are. So come make it happen!

 It’s Time To Discover The Number One Divorce & Break Up Prevention Skill

It’s shocking to me how many break ups and blow outs could be avoided if people learned one thing…

…CONFLICT.

My wife and I fought a lot during our first three years of our relationship. We had two very difficult and emotional break ups. 

But then we found our way and learned that conflict is a doorway into deeper connection.

Not only that, we found that it’s good for our health. 

When the stress between us is down and our connection is clear of triggers, we not only feel better, but we can accomplish so much more.

Plus, the brain research is clear…

If you cannot, and do not, learn to regulate your emotions, shut down, or reactivity during or after an argument, disagreement or fight, you will not only negatively impact your brain development, but you will lose relationship over the long haul. 

People who don’t figure this out, end up feeling alone and/or being alone.

Check this quote out from the International Business Times:

“Exposure to frequent conflicts between parents can impair brain development in children and place them at a greater risk of several mental health issues, researchers reveal.”

 

It’s just true now.

It’s what a lot of psychologists thought, but now we have the facts.

Or how about this from Couples Attachment Expert Stan Tatkin:

Insecurity and insecure attachment negatively affect brain performance. Development can be slowed down because the brain is using most of its resources to manage being in survival mode instead of being free to move toward evolution, growth, and complexity.”

 

Yikes!

I wish there was a way to make conflict resolution a required part of the classroom in schools everywhere (this will happen soon, stay tuned). We’d thrive instead of survive…

But since it’s not being taught in schools and you never learned it in schools, and because no couple can avoid conflict successfully over time, I invite you to learn with me, right here, right now.

Come to “Relationship School” right now and learn the most vital skill that all successful couples understand:

Conflict.

If I had to choose only one skill, out of the countless I know, to help couples make it long term learning “how to fight well” is the one I’d choose.

In my two decades of experience with families and couples, this was the missing skill I observed every single time because it’s what had families and parents dragging their kids into forced treatment where I worked back in the day. The unwillingness or inability to do conflict well was the determining failure factor of every single family I knew. Above addiction, above mental illness, and far above anything else.

Later on in my career, same thing… The inability or unwillingness to do conflict was the only reason individuals and couples came in to see me when I was a licensed psychotherapist for almost ten years.

So…

  • Don’t be a crippled couple when it comes to having a thriving partnership.
  • Don’t be an unprepared individual when you get in your next relationship.
  • Don’t let your inability or unwillingness ruin your future awesome partnership.
  • Don’t let your fight/flight/freeze response drive your partner away…

You can do this.

Embracing conflict will make you a stronger and more confident person and couple.
Learning how to fight well and deal with your inevitable upset will change your freakin’ life.

You will be sought out by friends, family members, and co-workers as they flail along in disagreements and distance. You will be THE person that can stop drop and deal.

Or, do you want to put this off until you are in a relationship crisis again?

If you want to go for it, I applaud your efforts for making it this far in your life and this far to reach this page. It means you are pretty damn serious about learning this one for good.

Because this is like riding a bike…

…once you get it, you’ve got it for the rest of your life.

And, since the bumps in the road will always be there in your interpersonal relationships, you can rest assured knowing you have the powertools to deal with any challenge that comes into your relationship life.

This weekend goes beyond arguments and deals with the heart of our unrest with the tension between you and others.

If you want to not only learn how to achieve a win-win resolution all the time, but also how to be a resilient warrior when you have ANY interpersonal challenge with family, friends or co-workers, then this Intensive holds the keys to your new kingdom and to a much more empowered future.

See you in there!

 

Big respect,
Jayson

2 days you can’t afford to miss if you want to go to the next level in your intimate partnerships.

WHERE

Beautiful Boulder, Colorado

WHEN

November 7-9, 2019

One of the things that I’ve really enjoyed is having intimate emotional connection with men about what their challenges are, what are their struggles with relationship and finding commonality. It’s been so inspiring to experience that with other men in a way that I haven’t before.

Langston Verdin

This has been a really heart opening experience. I am filled with gratitude and respect for all of the individuals here on a journey to improve their relationship skills. For me, personally, blending this with the principles of nonviolent communication will be my path in life.

Nicole Lorenz

I’m overwhelmed with gratitude considering the transformations I’ve experienced in my relationships. I love the effective tools, methods, and support that helped me embody deep confidence as a partner, coach, father, friend and beyond. I light up thinking about how growing in this way has had an exponential impact on my life and family – I can’t imagine a better investment in myself.

Steve Srotir

This weekend has been so energizing. I feel a sense of community and belonging for this relationship work. I have been doing the work online and doing partner calls, but feeling the vibe of people who are like-minded and love doing this [work] has been so impactful for me to feel their presence and to practice. The way that this is set up has really helped me to feel confident in my abilities.

Matthew Nelson

Learn the basic map of Interpersonal Intelligence® and how relationships work.

  • How to listen until they feel understood
  • How to ask for what you want
  • How to set a boundary effectively
  • How to get the connect back, faster
  • Trying to change others demo and exercise
  • How to own your needs without being needy
  • The only context that creates win-win indestructible relationships
  • What is a “secure homebase” and what’s required to establish and keep it strong
  • How to create a safe container so you can handle any fight, conflict, or disagreement
  • The master tool that will help you communicate effectively so you can get exactly what you want
    And more!

Who This Live Weekend IS For?

Singles

With this class you are not only more attractive to your future mate, you are able and willing to handle any challenge that comes your way. So come prepare yourself for the dream relationship.

Dating

You’re not yet married, and may never be, but you get that arguing well is crucial to your relationship success and fulfillment, no matter how long you stay with this person.

Married

You completely understand by now that if you want to go the distance, you MUST get in the driver’s seat of your reactivity or your marriage won’t last, period. Get the win-win program down for life.

Who This Live Weekend Is NOT For?

Blamers

We all blame, but if you feel attached to your partner being “wrong” then I can’t help you. If you are open to seeing your part, and working on it, then we’re in business.

Complainers

If you struggle like the rest of us in partnership, no problem. But if you complain and whine about it, without finding the very best solutions to help you take full responsibility, we won’t get along very well.

Band-Aid Seekers

If you want the pain to just magically disappear, or you want someone to make it all go away with no effort on your part, I can’t help. But if you want to “earn” a great relationship, let’s do this.

Plus, you’ll get added support and challenge during the weekend from our certified relationship coaches.

These coaches are trained in our proprietary coaching method Present Centered Relationship Coaching™ and will assist you throughout the event.

Your Lead Guide For The Weekend

About Jayson Gaddis

Jayson Gaddis, relationship student & teacher, host of the Smart Couple Podcast, and founder of The Relationship School® is on a mission to teach people the one class they didn’t get in school–”How to do romantic relationships.” He was emotionally constipated for years before relationship failure forced him to turn his life over to learning about relationships. Now, he’s married to his amazing wife since 2007 and has two beautiful kids. When he doesn’t live and breathe this stuff with his family, he pretty much gets his ass handed to him.

Relationship School Ambassadors that Endorse The Relationship School®

Dr. Gabor Maté

Dr. Gabor Maté

Ambassador - The Relationship School®

“We need to foster emotional competence in our children, as the best preventive medicine.”

Dr. Stan Tatkin

Dr. Stan Tatkin

Ambassador - The Relationship School®

“I mean, none of us learned this stuff in school. We didn’t learn how to learn and we didn’t learn how to do relationships. Those are the two things that should be taught in schools.”

Dr. Alexandra Solomon

Dr. Alexandra Solomon

Ambassador - The Relationship School®

“The quality of our relationships determines the quality of our lives. When we invest time and energy learning how to love and be loved, we heal pain from the past and we create the conditions for greater health in future generations.”

Registration closes at 12pm MST on November 5, 2019

Get in Now!

Bring a friend or partner for FREE

You can bring a friend or partner for an additional $197 upfront. Then, when you both show up, you will get a check back for your $197 investment. Boom FREE!

So as long as you both make it, your friend or partner attends for FREE! That means, they get their money back at the door. (I do this because I only want serious folks who are willing to put some skin in the game and really show up.)

Rough Agenda
(subject to change)

Thursday, November 7th:

  • 5:00pm: Registration
  • 6:30pm: Event Starts, Teaching and Q & A
  • 8:30pm: Close for the evening

Friday, November 8th:

  • 9:00am: Teaching, Practice, Q&A
  • 11:00am: Break
  • 11:15am: Teaching, Practice, Q&A
  • 1:00pm: Lunch
  • 2:30pm: Teaching, Practice, Q&A
  • 4:00pm: Break
  • 4:30pm – 6:00pm: Special Invitation

Saturday, November 9th:

  • 9:30am: Teaching, Practice, Q&A
  • 11:00am: Break
  • 11:15am: Teaching, Practice, Q&A
  • 12:30pm: Special Luncheon
  • 1:30pm: Teaching, Practice, Q&A
  • 2:45pm: Break
  • 3:00pm: Teaching, Practice, Q&A
  • 4:30pm: Break
  • 4:45pm: Review, Winding down, Integration, Q&A, Next steps
  • 6:00pm: Close

Learning and working with Jayson Gaddis and The Relationship School has been like an education on steroids (in the best way possible). Through study and practice I am putting some significant pieces of my own story together to see more clearly the whole picture and to gain a much broader view and expansive space for myself to live in and to be with others, in relationship. Sometimes it’s messy. Sometimes I fall down and have to get back up. And sometimes I find a new key to unlock an old door! One by one, as I step through them, it’s as if I’m taking a long-awaited walk home to myself and into connection in a way I’ve always imagined possible – not the fantasy, but in real time and real life! I feel grateful and encouraged, more confident and capable, awake and alive. Thank you, Jayson!

Jennifer Morrison

Apprentice Coach, RS Mentor

VENUE

Hyatt Place, Boulder/Pearl Street
Website: boulderpearlstreet.place.hyatt.com
Address: 2280 Junction Pl, Boulder, CO 80301. Map here
Phone: (303) 442-0160
Click Here to get a special discounted room rate

TRAVEL

Denver International Airport (DIA)

Denver International Airport is the closest airport, approximately 50 miles southeast of Boulder.

Sky Ride Bus: The Sky Ride is the most budget friendly option and travels between DIA and Boulder every hour (between 3am–11pm). You can get a rider pass for $10.5 (one way) at the RTD SkyRide Sales Counter at DIA, West Terminal, Level 5 (price may change). Your stop will be “14th & Walnut – the Boulder bus terminal.” From there, you many call a taxi, hotel shuttle, etc.

Shared-ride shuttles and taxis to/from DIA: There are several ground transportation options available. The Ground Transportation Information Counter is located in the central area on Level 5 of Jeppesen Terminal

Car rental options to/from DIA: Driving time between Denver International Airport (DIA) and Boulder is approximately 60 to 90 minutes. From DIA, follow Peña Boulevard (10 miles) south to I-70, and exit onto I-70 west. Follow I-70 west to I-270 west. I-270 merges into U.S. 36 west and takes you west into Boulder (about 23 miles). Get directions from DIA.

Parking and Getting Around

Local BusThe Boulder Skip Bus goes up and down Broadway, stopping at the Center every 7-15 minutes. Broadway is Boulder’s main north-south artery traveling to Boulder’s Pearl Street Mall, downtown area, and many hotels.

B-cycleB-cycle is Boulder’s bike sharing program which allows you to rent and return a bike from various stations around town. Unlike typical bike rental, each ride is kept short, and B-cycles are returned to their stations when not in use rather than being kept and locked up. Pick up a bike at any B-station, and return it to any station when you’re done.

Lyft and Uber: Both available in Boulder.

Local Taxi ServiceBoulder Yellow Cab can be reached at 303-777-7777.

LODGING – Stay Right at The Venue!

Stay at Hyatt Place, Boulder/Pearl Street, where the Relationship School® Live Weekend will take place.

For additional venue details, please contact the hotel directly. More area hotel options are available here.

Come and be part of this life changing experience…

I have been learning so many tools to be a better communicator, a better partner, and [a] more vulnerable [individual].

Daniel Rosa

The tools that we have learned this weekend have helped [my husband and I] get over even an issue that we have been struggling with for months. This has helped us work through it and understand each other better. I think that we can take these tools and use them with our family and our children. That was worth everything.

Amy Chastain

I just want to say that I had some expectations coming into this, all of which were unbelievably exceeded. I I think it was the most profound weekend I have ever experienced in my life. I would encourage anybody who is even marginally interested  to do it. It is was the most moving, most beautiful and most profound thing I have ever been a part of.

Margot Rogers

I am looking forward to going back home and to practice [these tools] with my partner. This is a new romantic relationship and I feel very excited about building a solid foundation between us.

Ana Ruiz

The tools that this [experience] gives for engaging in conflict, but even more so for understanding how to connect with people, not just an intimate relationships, but all relationships. But in intimate relationships I see a way forward to the kind of connection we all want and that we often don’t know how to get.

Sacha Vignieri

Spending time here this weekend helped me realize so many things that I need to work on for myself, for my family, for my wife and for a healthy future that I really want. I’m thankful and I’m excited about continuing over the next months.

Jared Chastain

Join Us And Get The Keys To Creating Your Indestructible Partnership And Watch Your Life Fulfillment Expand & Increase.

Don’t wait. Get your foundation set in place forever so when things inevitably get hard and challenge comes, you will meet and clear the charges as they arise, and get empowered and stronger through whatever comes your way.

We’ll see you here in Boulder, Colorado very soon!

Deep thanks,

Jayson

The Relationship School’s® Weekend Intensive

In Boulder, Colorado! November 7-9, 2019

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