Successful relationships take practice, too.
From the moment we are born, we start training for life. There’s sleep training, potty training, and even training wheels on our first bike. In school, teachers instruct us to master math and spelling drills and guide us through art and music lessons. In athletic pursuits, we receive specialized coaching and training to achieve our goals. All of us rely on mentorship and guidance to learn necessary skills as we become experts in our chosen professions, passions and hobbies.
Despite all this training, we fail to achieve one essential status of learning – one key element that can make a difference in life’s success. From childhood to old age everyone is expected to manufacture relationship skills entirely on their own. The Center for Relationship Education exists to change that.