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We at Healthy Relationships California (HRC) are delighted to host and operate this weblog (blog) entitled “MML Skills in California”.
Mastering the Mysteries of Love (MML), co-authored by Dr. Bernard G. Guerney, Jr., and Mary Ortwein, M.S., is a version of Relationship Enhancement first developed by Dr. Guerney in the 1960s. RE/MML teaches 10 key couple communication skills helping couples to speak and listen to each other with greater care and empathy to enhance their relationship and to successfully address and solve problems. Click here to see a 1-page: Summary Sheet of the 10 MML Skills
(To see a listing of MML classes and leader trainings in your area, go to http://www.relationshipsca.org. For more on MML, visit www.skillswork.org).This blog is designed to be a resource for dialogue, instruction, guidance, and discussion on all things MML in California! We’re here to serve YOU in your MML needs!
Find CATEGORIES at the bottom of this page to help you find the blog posts and information that will help you the most!
Click the various tabs and links — explore this site! Post messages, ask questions, and share insights and inspirations of your experiences using the MML skills in your life, and if you’re an MML facilitator, of the power of teaching the MML skills to others.Again, thanks for logging in to our blog! Visit MMLSkills.com often!!
Bento Leal, Blogmaster for “MML Skills in California”, Certified MML Trainer, and MML Implementation Specialist for Healthy Relationships California
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Teaching the MML Skills to couples is one of the most rewarding things you can do – you see the “lights go on” in the couples’ eyes as they realize the keypoints of empathic listening or how to express their thoughts and feelings effectively. And when they use the skills in their practice dialogues, you can see the walls of the heart melt and genuine and fulfilling conversation occur. It’s exciting to watch couples take a happy marriage to an even higher level, and to see a struggling couple find new hope in their relationship!
My encouragement to MML Facilitators is: Teach an MML Class! Teach a class in your church, or if you’re new to it and a little bit uncertain, then teach the skills to 1 or 2 couples whom you know. My first class was in the living room of a couple who are long-time friends of my wife and I – for several Thursday evenings we’d sit in their living room and go over the skills — I got the “teaching” practice and they learned the skills! It was a great combo — and guess what? That couple got so inspired with the skills that they became MML Facilitators themselves and have been teaching the skills to others the past 2 years!
So Take The Leap and Teach an MML Class — and then post your experience at this blog. We’d love to read about it!!
Bento Leal, MML Certified Trainer
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