Relationship Matters – Let’s Talk Affluenza

Relationship Matters – Let’s Talk Affluenza

Relationship Matters: Let’s Talk Affluenza

One of the top three areas of conflict for couples is money. They fight on what to spend on, how much to save, and what is enough. Some couples do not even know how much their partner has in his/her personal bank account. Discussion on money invariably leads to a major fight and disappointment. Are there deeper underlying issues that we are looking at other than money? Is it possible that the meaning and relationship they have with money differs due to their upbringing?

In this session, join couples psychologist, Winifred Ling as she presents a case study on this topic. All participants are welcome to join in the discussion.

At the end of the session, you will:

  • Have a greater understanding that there are always two sides to an argument
  • Learn how interest and curiosity are important when you argue
  • Learn how to have a successful dialogue on hot topics like money in your relationship.
  • Learn the rules in fighting fair and constructively

About Our Speaker:

Winifred Ling is currently the Director at W3ave Ptd Ltd and a Couples Therapist at Promises Winslow Clinic. She obtained her second upper honours degree in Psychology from the National University of Singapore and has more than 16 years of experience in working with individuals. She develops and conducts workshops in the area of mental health, relationship, parenting, mindfulness and compassion, and applications of Positive Psychology. Winifred’s passion is working with couples, especially those with young children. She hopes that when support and skills are provided to parents in their marriage, children are enabled to develop healthily due to the stability.

Save your spot and register here today!

Date: 18 Oct 2019 (Friday)
Time: 7.30 – 9pm
Fee: S$25 per pax

Relationship Matters is a training seminar aimed at enhancing couple relationship. We would like to encourage you to attend the session with your significant other whenever possible.

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