Susanne Alexander Presents Couples Workshop Sept. 30

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Susanne M. Alexander, Couple’s Educator and Coach, will present Laugh Together, Stay Together Couple’s Workshop -- a fun and interactive opportunity for couples at all relationship stages to strengthen their communication and connection in a light-hearted atmosphere. The evening will include private couple discussion and small group work. 

It will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 30, with a registration deadline of Sept. 27. Couples are encouraged to come mingle and eat (at their own expense) from 5-6:15 p.m., with the workshop following from 6:15-8:15 p.m. It will be at Mimi’s Market and Deli, 5023 Hixson Pike. Desserts, snacks and drinks will be available for sale throughout the event. 

The cost is $30 per couple, which includes an autographed copy of Laugh Together, Stay Together and all materials. To register, call 599-0153 or email susanne@marriagetransformation.com by Sept. 27.

Susanne M. Alexander is a Relationship and Marriage Educator, Coach, and character specialist. She is the author and coauthor of over twenty books and guides on relationships, character, marriage preparation, and marriage. She tends to be serious, so she loves to see how humor and fun strengthen relationships and marriages. In her life, Susanne has been single, dating, engaged, married, divorced, and widowed. She has been a parent, step-parent, and grandparent. She has also been a child and a step-child. She is currently enjoying being married. Since 2012, Susanne has been based in the Chattanooga area, where she met her new husband.


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