Love is Never Enough!

Instructor: Nasir Al-Amin, M.S.W

Course Description

Course Begins: Registration is Open! Begin Today! | 


“The media’s idealized portrayals of marriage do not prepare couples to cope with disappointments, frustrations, and friction. As the misunderstandings and conflicts combine to ignite anger and resentment, the person who previously had been lover, ally, and companion is now seen as an antagonist.” –Dr. Aaron Beck



"Every action and feeling is preceded by a thought!" 
What are the thoughts that precede your feelings of love, are they Healthy or Unhealthy?

Course Background:


According to recent findings, a bride and groom in the U.S. will likely spend between $5,000 and $30,000 on their wedding. Additionally, in the U.S. about 40 to 50 percent of married couples divorce, and those numbers are higher for subsequent marriages. Similar to the price of their wedding day, a couple can expect the cost of a divorce to range from $5,000 to $25,000. And this does not account for the emotional trauma experienced by each partner and the children involved. Given these numbers and the emotional cost, I argue that taking the next step (tying the knot, getting hitched or deciding to divorce) should not be a leap of faith, but rather a decision made when individuals are in the best cognitive and emotional space possible.

Unfortunately, prior to the wedding as well as during marriage, the average couple does not invest in gaining the knowledge and skills essential to the establishment and maintenance of a healthy and mutually fulfilling marriage. With that understanding, the “Love is Never Enough” course was created.

Course Brief: 

This interactive course provides participants with essential cognitive and behavioral insights and strategies that can help couples desiring to improve their marriage, as well as help distressed couples save their relationship. During this four-week guided journey, singles wanting to emotionally prepare for marriage and heal from previous hurts will learn self-and relationship-enhancing skills to help establish a satisfying marriage.

The “Love is Never Enough” course will afford you the awareness and tools to improve your life and help your relationship get better and stay better.

Who is the target audience?

  • Anyone struggling with self-acceptance, self-worth, and self-love.
  • Singles contemplating the suitability of a potential partner for marriage.
  • Singles contemplating if they are mentally and emotionally ready for marriage.
  • Couples looking to build on their strengths, as well as identify and resolve particular weaknesses.
  • Couples preparing for marriage, and distressed couples looking for emotional relief and help with saving their marriage.
  • Individuals that have experienced verbal abuse and emotional battery and feel trapped in an emotional prison.
  • Individuals that want to learn how to manage their thoughts, feelings and behaviors, and counter their self-defeating thoughts and behaviors.
  • Individuals desiring to establish and maintain Emotional Sobriety and remain in control of their emotions and behavior—regardless of external factors like a troubled marriage.


How can this course help?

Simply stated, this course can help you get in the best cognitive and emotional space possible in order to make some of the most important decisions of your life:

  • Who to marry?
  • When to marry?
  • If you are ready for marriage?
  • Can your marriage be saved?
  • Should you continue to try or should you divorce?


What are some things you will learn? 

  • The 7 Essential Truths
  • Emotional Responsibility
  • The Science of Emotions
  • How to Get Off an Emotional Roller Coaster
  • A Life-Changing Philosophy and Techniques
  • How to Increase Your Frustration Tolerance
  • Unconditional Self, Other and Life Acceptance
  • How to Function in a Dysfunctional Relationship
  • How to Progress on the Path of Emotional Sobriety
  • Distorted Thinking Styles and Effective Interventions
  • Emotional Insights and Coping Statements for Couples
  • How to Identify, Assess and Change your Invisible Reality
  • Healthy Negative Emotions vs. Unhealthy Negative Emotions
  • The Difference between Marital Dissatisfaction vs. Marital Disturbance
  • Practical Techniques to Help Abused People Reduce their Emotional Distress
  • Attractive Communication, Behavioral Strategies and Conflict Resolution Skills


Course Begins: Registration is Open! Begin Today! | 


Basic Package*
Price: $120
Additional Support:
-Access to Private Facebook Group
-Free: Post Course Private Session (30 min.) {$32 value}


Premium Package
Price: $150
Additional Support:
-Access to Private Facebook Group
-Free: 1- Email Exchange {$35 value}
-Free: Pre and Post Course Private Sessions (30 min. each) {$65 value}
-5% Discount on any Private Session Bundle Package {$18 value}


Gold Package
Price: $200
Additional Support:
-Access to Private Facebook Group
-Free: 2- Email Exchange {$70 value}
-Free: Pre and Post Course Private Sessions (1 hour each) {$130 value}
-5% Discount on any Private Session Bundle Package {$18 value}


*Elite Package
Divorced women with children and widows are eligible for a 25% discount on the Basic Package. However, this is for a select number of spaces. If you fit this criteria and need this discount then submit your information using the contact me page on my site: www.AskNasir.com

Nasir Al-Amin, M.S.W
Nasir Al-Amin, M.S.W
Instructor

I received my undergraduate degree from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Psychology, and obtained my graduate degree, a Masters of Social Work (MSW), from Columbia University. Over the course of my academic and professional career, spanning over 15 years, I have gained a rich experience working at the United Nations, a Domestic Violence Shelter, a Mentorship program for inner-city youth, a Transitional Living Center and Drop-In Shelter for the homeless, as well as counseling within the education system for over 10 years.

If you would like to ask questions before you enroll feel free to contact me using the contact me page on my site: www.AskNasir.com