I’m a trained relationship coach, but my biggest credential is that I’ve been blissfully married for 20 years. I used to use all the wrong words and actions to attract and keep a man in my life.
In fact, I almost lost my husband completely until I learned the secrets and tools I want to share with you.
Your engagement is also a great time to take Natural Family Planning (NFP) classes to learn more about the beautiful gift of fertility and prepare to live a marriage that is open to life and to God’s plan for your family. The Church rejoices with you as you prepare to enter the Sacrament of Marriage and embark on this great vocation of love and service.These programs come in many forms: weekend retreats, a series of evening meetings, one-day events, online programs, or meetings with a priest or mentor couple.To the best of our knowledge, the information listed here did not conflict with Catholic teaching and was accurate at the time of posting.What if you could learn how to transform your love life – even if there’s no man at all, or he’s pulling away and you feel alone, scared and angry… I’ll teach you simple shifts in your words and body language that help you connect to a man where it counts… Hi, I’m Rori, and I’m here to help you get the love life you deserve.The emotions I feel are the deepest love and respect for you and the excitement for your futures as someday you will sit where we now sit and speak where we now speak and lead in areas where we have led, but in many areas where we have not yet led.There is a tendency in life, brothers and sisters, to simplify problems and complicate solutions. But I have learned that, when we utilize the teachings of the Master, the solutions to even the most difficult of life’s challenges are usually basic and easy to implement.For couples who are currently civilly married outside of the Church and would like their marriage to be recognized by the Catholic Church, please see Convalidation: Bringing Your Marriage Into The Church.Disclaimer: Please note that the content on this page is provided solely for your information and should not be interpreted as an official endorsement of the organizations, programs, and websites listed.But frankly, that isn't the way it's done in my polyamorous community, or my open marriage. For me, sex with someone else is not a deal breaker. But having some openness is one of many ingredients that keep the erotic life active in our marriage.Being intentionally cruel, not taking care of our family, disrespecting me, and lying -- all constitute deal breakers. Keeping an erotic charge can be challenging, given that almost every force in domestic life works against it.