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Growing Love Relationships...

  Have you been experiencing difficulties in your relationships rather it be a spouse, significant other, friend, parent, child or any significant relationship?  If the answer is yes, you will want to tune in to this weeks episode of "Let's Coach with Mark and Carolyn".

  If your relationships or someone in your life  is having difficulty, it can affect your whole life - career, home, spiritual, finances, every area of your life. Guest expert, Dr. Tony Victor,  co-owner of the Midwest Relationship Center, LLC, in Swansea, IL, is dedicated to providing relationship therapy and education that empowers you to grow healthy relationships of your dreams.  Married to his wife Becky for over 40 years, his passion is to assist with creating loving relationships that make a difference in today’s world.  In the last three decades he has assisted thousands of couples across the country through his workshops and counseling. Dr. Victor has a unique and successful way of breaking through the hurt and reaching the core of what is truly causing the disruption in ones life.  The Midwest Relationship Center offers such programs as Getting the Love You Want, Connected Parents Thriving Child, A New Way to Love: Living God's Purpose for your Marriage. Dr. Victor's articles have been published in professional Journals as well as popular magazines like First For Women Magazine as well as local newspapers.

  This program is not just for married couples but anyway experiencing relationship difficulties or knows someone having difficulties. Tune in to learn tips that will build your confidence and help you make sense out of what is happening with your interpersonal relationships.

 

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