Sacred Spaces: How to Close the Gaps in Your Military Marriage | The MilSpo's Guide to Self-Care

with Corie Weathers | author of Sacred Spaces

"This is a story of my mission to take back the lost ground between us as a couple, ground we had surrendered to hurt, misunderstanding, loss - and to Afghanistan."  [Click to Tweet]

Read the Introductory post here

Discover:

  • What defines a life-changing experience.
  • How to better understand your spouse and their unique life-changing experiences.
  • The best way to express to your loved ones these significant events so you can communicate better.

Group Coaching Session:

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Resources:

 
Sacred Spaces: Intentional Marriage Challenge Commitment Card — Document your intention after reading the book and commit to it for at least 30 days.

Sacred Spaces: Intentional Marriage Challenge Commitment Card — Document your intention after reading the book and commit to it for at least 30 days.

 

Book Club:

Sacred Spaces by Corie Weathers

Sponsor:

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about Corie Weathers

Corie is a licensed professional counselor (LPC), is a sought after speaker and consultant and author of Sacred Spaces: My Journey to the Heart of Military Marriage. Corie started her career as a counselor specializing in marriage, divorce, women's issues, and substance abuse for 15 years. She married a US Army Chaplain and together, they have worked to support service members and families involved with the War on Terrorism. In 2015, Corie was named Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the Year®, advocating for mental health issues and served as a media correspondent writing online and print publications, consulting for command teams, and speaking to groups on issues like PTSD, grief, and marriage.

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