Mastering the Mysteries of Love


Take Your Relationship to a Whole New Level!
Learn the Essentials! Acquire the Skills! Live the Ideal!

About Mastering the Mysteries of Love:

Replace questions with answers. Exchange anxieties for hope. Turn isolation into intimacy. Gain a mastery of love.

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Mastering the Mysteries of Love (MML) is an interactive, hands-on program that spotlights the 10 essential relationship skills that work together to change how people listen, talk, solve problems, and relate to one another. MML classes, available in English, Spanish, and Korean, range from 8 to 16 hours, conducted in a variety of formats—including weekly two-hour classes or full-day workshops. Participant receives an MML workbook, specially designed to foster their mastery of the mysteries of love.

MML Benefits:

  • Discover a practical, step-by-step process to take your relationship to the next level!
  • Great program for couples who are newlyweds or oldyweds, engaged or seriously dating!

In addition, learn how to:

  • Understand one another better
  • Deepen love in your relationship
  • Talk and listen, even when you disagree
  • Rediscover the wonder of each other
  • Meet each other’s most pressing needs
  • Experience honesty and compassion
  • Reawaken intimacy with your mate
  • MML skills teach attendees to:

  • Understand your mate better
  • Express yourself
  • Discuss problems without eruptions or interruptions
  • Help each other make your relationship better
  • Manage conflict with trust and skills
  • Solve problems so both sides win
  • Change your relationship from the inside out
  • Encourage your mate to excellence
  • Create new ways to relate to one another
  • Enhance your relationship for a lifetime

  • What Men Say about MML:

    “This class helped us identify some deep ruts in our patterned responses to each other…Old dogs can learn new tricks…the first session was a real highlight and was surprising in the closeness I felt afterwards.”

    “This class has opened my eyes to how little time I spend trying to understand my partner. I never realized that the best way to be heard is to shut up and listen.”

    “I never knew such a small investment of time could have such big payoff in benefit.”

    “After 36 years of marriage, [this class] overhauled our communication which caused us to fall in love again.”

    “This class saved our marriage! Before this class, my wife and I couldn’t stop fighting. [MML] Skills gave us a ‘fight-free’ zone.”

    What Women Share about MML:

    “My husband and I have a great marriage—or so we thought. This class helped us address issues that we were avoiding…(and) gave us the skills we needed to discuss issues skillfully and emotionally without being emotional.”

    “There was a change in our relationship before we left the first class.”

    “I have learned to strive for bettering my marriage rather than assuming there would be no change…we will be able to work through our problems and conflict—there is hope for things I thought were unsolvable.”

    “My husband actually shared his feelings rather than saying, ‘I don’t know.’”

    “This class helped my husband and me laugh again.”

    MML Can Transform Every Relationship in Your Life:

    “The tools are simple, logical, and would be effective in many relationships; family, friends, and with co-workers. The steps are easy to follow and become second nature after some time.”

    “This class helped me safely travel on the uneven terrain of relationships.”

    “I learned skills to be able to communicate in a structured way with not only my spouse, but my children, parents, friends, and employees, too.”

    Find an MML class near you and sign up today! >> 

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    Partial funding for this project was provided by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Grant: 90FE0104. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families.