I'll Protect You: Understanding the Importance of Eliminating Love Busters
This eight-lesson class is intended for couples who are new to Dr. Harley's concepts (Level One). Since this is an Level One class, it's recommended that each spouse reads the "Summary of Basic Concepts" before starting.
Each lesson will require about 30 minutes of reading and couple discussion. It's recommended that couples complete a minimum of two lessons per week.
The lesson content is as follows:
Lesson 1: Understanding the Importance of Protection in Marriage
Lesson 2: The Love Buster of Selfish Demands
Lesson 3: The Love Buster of Disrespectful Judgments
Lesson 4: The Love Buster of Angry Outbursts
Lesson 5: The Love Buster of Dishonesty
Lesson 6: The Love Buster of Independent Behavior
Lesson 7: The Love Buster of Annoying Habits
Lesson 8: Identifying Love Busters and Overcoming Them
The Four Gifts of Love® Online Institute is an educational program only and not intended as therapy or to replace therapy.
As a participant, you understand that your experience in this Class, in part or in whole, may create new perceptions and a range of feelings that at times may include uncomfortable emotions. It is always an option for each individual to choose to participate or not to participate in the assignments based on one’s own comfort level. Clearly understand that it is always your choice as to participate.
Your Class participation declares your agreement with the above statements.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: If you are aware or become aware of current physical abuse and/or current infidelity in your relationship, we recommend that you first eliminate those issues before taking this class. For instances of current infidelity, we recommend going through the process explained in Surviving an Affair (Harley/Chalmers, Revell, 1998, 2013) to ensure that extraordinary precautions are being followed for no contact with the lover; and for current physical abuse, we recommend reading Dr. Harley's book, Love Busters, Revised and Expanded Edition (Revell, 1992, 1997, 2008, 2016) and, if needed, obtain professional help to ensure a zero tolerance for physical abuse before starting this course.