Anger & Conflict Webinar Series
Whenever two people spend a significant amount of time together, anger and conflict are inevitable. GTO Marriage Ministries’ Anger and Conflict 6-part webinar series can help you navigate those troubled waters and achieve growth, not destruction, through the conflict.
If you’ve been married for more than two weeks, then you know that anger and conflict are inevitable in marriage…in fact, in any close relationship. However, every one of us has the ability to choose how to handle them. GTO Marriage Ministries’ Anger and Conflict 6-part webinar series can help you navigate those troubled waters and achieve growth through the conflict, instead of destruction. You CAN honor God – and your marriage – in how you handle anger and conflict.
This 6-part webinar series begins with Anger 101, which gives you some basic facts you need to know about anger and what it does. The second and third webinars are Anger: The Ways that Don’t Work and Anger: The Ways that Do Work. These explore the different reasons why we get angry and the ways of handling anger that do and that don’t work. The fourth and fifth webinars are Rules of Engagement (Parts 1 and 2). These webinars give you 14 rules for fighting fair that will help protect you and your spouse from doing irreparable harm to each other when you fight. The final webinar is Breaking the Cycle of Fighting, which teaches you how to recognize your pattern of fighting and how to break it. Whether you realize it or not, you and your spouse have your unique pattern of fighting. This webinar will help you discover that pattern, as well as how to put a stop to the pattern altogether.
Each session is approximately 1 hour long. A fill-in-the-blank listening guide is provided to help you follow along. The on-demand format allows you to watch whenever is convenient for you. GTO’s teachings are Biblically-based and are punctuated by humor and real-life applications. These online marriage workshops can be effective tools in strengthening your marriage or any other relationship.