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Frequently Asked Questions
Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends

Q. Who will benefit from the seminar?

A. The program is well-suited for anyone who has ended or is in the process of ending a love relationship. This includes divorce, the breakup of a serious relationship, or the death of a loved one.

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Q. How soon after the end of my relationship should I take the class?

A. This varies greatly. Many people take it immediately. Others find the course valuable even after several years of being single. Some take the class while considering divorce or breakup. What you learn and the overall class experience is helpful at all stages.

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Q. What if my ex registers for the same class?

A. When you sign up, there's a place on the registration form that asks for his or her name. If you register first, the other person is not allowed to attend your session. He or she is directed to sign up for a different session.

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Q. Are the classes confidential?

A. Yes. Everyone taking the class signs a confidentiality agreement. Further, our facilitators stress the importance of individual privacy. Nothing of a personal nature discussed in class is to be revealed outside of the group.

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Q. What if I already own the book, Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends?

A. Great! If you've started reading it, you're already on the way to a better life. You can keep the copy you receive in class or give it to someone else who might need it.

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Q. How are the classes structured?

A. We typically begin with a relaxation exercise and check in with each other in a large group setting. This usually lasts up to 30 minutes. Next, the facilitator presents the core material for 45 minutes before we break into smaller groups for guided exercises and discussions. We reconvene again as a whole group for sharing our new thoughts at the end of each class.

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Q. Where are the classes held?

A. The first session is usually in a meeting room of a public building such as a hotel or church. Then, participants volunteer to have subsequent sessions in their homes. Meeting in each other's homes provides a much more comfortable and relaxing environment than most meeting rooms. Keep in mind that there is never any pressure to volunteer your own home for meeting space.

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Q. What if I can't make the first class?

A. We will welcome you at the second or third class. We have traditionally found that after the third class, it is better to wait until the next class. If you have questions, call and we can work out the details.

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