Discover the proven 9-step process that ends conflicts quickly and maintains peace and connection in your relationship.
You're in a relationship where, despite an incredible connection, your partner and you still get into fights.
You and your partner are ambitious, resilient, and taking on the world; yet you still get into arguments over the smallest little things.
You don't understand why you and your other half keep getting into the same arguments about the same issues...
over and over and over again...
And yet we all deal with conflict in our relationships
Some of us deal with conflict more often than others. Infrequent or not, when it rears its ugly head, bickering banter is never welcome.
Small disagreements may pass quickly...only to resurrect as ammunition in your next blow out.
Other times discussions get nasty — arguments turn into yelling matches, yelling matches, turn into fights, and fights turn into broken hearts.
We continue to try to explain our point of view. We try to prove we're right, We stick to our points. We try everything except for doing the work that needs to be done to actually solve the problem.
We've all faced these issues before. They keep coming up again and again. It happens all too often and, worse yet, it happens with the person we care about most in our lives.
Why can't we just get along?
Human beings are great problems solvers - when we have an issue, we find ingenious solutions to fix them.
Our ancestors wanted to hunt more efficiently and defend themselves, so they invented tools to do that. We wanted to move around the globe more efficiently, so we invented trains, cars and planes. We wanted to go outer space to we invented rocket ships and took people to the moon.
When we're not good at something, we find a way to get good at it.
AND DESPITE ALL OF THESE INNOVATIONS, WE STILL FIGHT, ARGUE, BICKER, NITPICK, YELL, INSULT, PUT DOWN, NAG, QUIP, SPEAK SARCASTICALLY, SPEAK PASSIVE AGGRESSIVELY, AND GET FRUSTRATED WITH THE PEOPLE IN OUR LIVES.
...and most of us aren't even aware of it.
The fact is: Most of us have never learned how to deal with conflict in a productive, meaningful way.
The good news is: Dealing with conflict in a relationship is a skill that you can learn and get good at.
Communication systems like Nonviolent Communication, the Harvard Negotiation Project and VitalSmarts® have provided amazing insight into how we think and communicate.
Fields like social psychology and affective neuroscience (a.k.a. the science of emotions), which didn't even exist a couple of decades ago, have exploded with new, cutting-edge research that is changing the way we look at relationships.
I've put this research and proven methodologies into practice to completely transform the way I relate to my partner.
I've read books, taken courses, attended workshops and have spent hundreds of hours refining this craft.
I've systematically practiced all the techniques these systems have to offer with my wife and found what worked (and what didn't work).
Don't waste your time researching and reading something that may not be worthwhile - I've done the work for you.
Research has been incorporated from:
I've taken the best of what's out there to create this world-class training program called:
Fight-Free Relationship is a 9-week program that teaches you how to become a master at resolving your relationship conflicts painlessly and quickly.
This course was designed specifically for couples who are looking to take their relationship's communication skills from functional to optimal in order to create more connection and peace in their lives.
This tried and tested system takes the best of what's out there, combined it into an impactful experience that has yielded incredible results for past students.
At the end of the program, you will be able to handle conflict with more strength and ease AND reduce the amount of time it takes to resolve issues with your partner
"I went through the Mindful Communication program and it was an incredibly empowering experience for me. Aside from Jonathan's awesome presenting skills, he takes an "experiential learning" approach - meaning there are a lot of discussions, media, and hands-on activities to keep you engaged. Mindful Communication is truly "transformational" and what I learned I practice every day in both my personal and professional life"
"Jonathan has clearly followed his curiosity to acquire deep knowledge of effective communication in many different styles. His depth of knowledge allows him to simply articulate complex models and give great examples to help participants deeply understand his content."
"The program gave me the tools to clearly express myself and understand my husband. As a result, it’s increased my confidence in my ability to communicate effectively."
"The communication course had an immediate impact on my life both professionally and personally. I'm able to better connect with what people are needing and feeling as my ability to practice compassion and empathy has grown immensely."
"Jonathan's program has drastically changed the way I approach not just my intimate relationship, but all of my personal relationships. My hope is for many more people to take this program so that we can all communicate with each other in a more impactful way."
Whether you like it or not, conflict is bound to come up in your relationship. Whether you're dating, married, or or anything in between, at some point you will encounter it.
Now is the time to empower yourself and take responsibility for your relationship.
No matter where you are in your relationship, there is hope to transform it into something incredible. Stop avoiding your problems and be of service to yourself and your partner by taking action!
Done are the days of bickering, arguing, yelling and fighting! You are all about teamwork, partnership, collaboration and tackling your issues together as a unit.
YOU CAN LEARN THE COMMUNICATION SKILLS YOU NEED TO GET THE RELATIONSHIP OF YOUR DREAMS!
My partner and I have been in a committed relationship for over 5 years. Since we started practicing this communication system several years ago, we have not had a single argument or fight.
Did we argue in the past? You bet.
Do we still have disagreements now? Of course.
Will we argue or fight through our issues? No way.