We work with capable, fun, motivated, committed individuals and couples to deepen the connection they have with their beloved.
Understanding the difference between “falling in love” and “feeling loved,” we help spouses and committed couples to:
- Deepen their love,
- Navigate challenges that can hinder their connection, and
- Strengthen their relationship so each partner
- has their emotional needs met,
- can be their authentic self with each other, and
- feels accepted and loved for who they are.
Each person was put on this earth to love and be loved. Let us help you be fully known and loved, and to know and love your partner.
Brenda Dow, M.S.
Brenda has worked with hundreds of couples in some of the most successful premarital, marriage-help, and relationship-building programs in North America.
She helps imperfect people in committed relationships create the relationship they desire, through formal programs, communication workshops, talks and presentations, modeling behavior, mentoring, and peer-to-peer coaching.
Before dedicating herself full time to helping committed couples and spouses, Brenda helped companies and non-profit organizations build affinity and engagement with their constituents and was a higher-education administrator, college instructor, and student advisor. She has a bachelor’s degree in Communication from Cornell University and master’s degree in Human Resources Management from Chapman University. Additionally, she has completed studies in Conflict Resolution and Christian Ministry programs.
Brenda’s life partner and professional colleague is her husband, who is also a Marriage Educator and Relationship Coach. Together and individually they have presented at regional and international conferences and advised couples and individuals seeking to find their way in relationships, love, and life.
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“Love begins at home, and it is not how much we do… but how much love we put in that action.”
“Do we know the poor in our house, in our family? … Perhaps our children, husband, wife, are not hungry, or naked, or dispossessed, but are you sure there is no one there who feels unwanted, deprived of affection?”
“People are generally irrational, unreasonable and selfish. They deserve to be loved, anyway.”