Relationships Are Our Most Valuable Resource

Who We Are

At  Relational Renewal, we help couples and individuals rediscover and strengthen their most valuable interpersonal relationships.

Whether we experience healthy happy relationships or are dealing with major life changes or difficult workplace relationships, we all need nurturing support from those around us. 

Relational Renewal provides marriage and relationship education to build skills that revitalize the bonds that brings us together…the bonds that create understanding and pleasure as we grow together.

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What We Do

Relational Renewal provides workshops and retreats for couples, families and workplace groups. The experiences we offer are designed to strengthen relationships through research-based educational programs that focus on communication, conflict management, commitment, friendship, problem-solving and emotional support.

"Life without love is like a tree without blossoms or fruit."
– Kahlil Gibran
“Committed relationships are our greatest Renewable Resource. Rediscover the Best in Your Relationship!”
– Relational Renewal
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“Relationships, like natural resources, require active attention in order to keep them fresh and vital.” 
-Relational Renewal

Why We Do What We

The overall quality of a person’s life is ultimately determined by the success of his/her relationships. Whether in our personal spaces where we spend time with intimate partners, family, friends, and neighbors; Or, in a professional setting where daily work responsibilities afford opportunities to interact with colleagues and clients, it is the cumulative emotional health of an individual’s relationships that ultimately influence our overall well-being.

In marriages, intimacy is critical to the process of developing and sustaining close relationships. Modernization has shifted the primary function of marriage from providing security, stability, and raising children to develop a lifetime of love and intimacy.

In previous generations, successful marriages depended upon duty and role competence. Modern marriages require greater interpersonal competence as well as equality between partners in peer relationships. Relationships are sought that not only create stable families but also provide partners with a lifetime of love, pleasure, and companionship.

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