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How to Avoid Falling for a Jerk(ette)

When: 6:00 PM on Jun 3, 2014 through 8:00 PM on Jul 1, 2014

Where: Ted Russell Hall


What In cooperation with the University of Tennessee Extension

The William Blevins Institute for Spirituality & Mental Health


How to Avoid Falling for a Jerk(ette)

Melissa Rector LaGraff, M.S. County Director, Family & Consumer Sciences Agent, Jefferson County

University of Tennessee Extension

Where Ted Russell Hall, room 151, Carson Newman University, Jefferson City, TN
When Tuesday evenings, June 3rd - July 1st, 6:00-8:00 PM

Description This program is a 5-lesson, practical approach to building healthy relationships while getting to know the most important areas of the person you are dating. The program focuses on what exactly to look for in another person in a dating relationship as well as how to keep the relationship balanced. It describes the major areas that predict what a person will be like in marriage and the bonding forces that must be kept in balance as a relationship grows. With this knowledge, one can avoid the old adage of "love is blind."

Target audience: Adults (including college-age) who want to learn more about relationships. Participants do not have to be single or in a relationship and participants can also be divorcées.

Cost $40 (Includes registration, workbook, and a copy of How to Avoid Falling in Love with a Jerk/ette, by John Van Epp)
Persons may pre-register via phone (865-471-3311) or email at either mrector@utk.edu or wbi@cn.edu

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