Relationships aren’t easy. One of the staples to any long lasting and fruitful relationships is “date night”. How many times have you heard –“we don’t communicate well; maybe we’re just growing apart; it’s not been the same since having children; the honeymoon is over”? How’s date night? Can you remember the last date you had?
Spending quality time together with each other can be difficult these days. Is it really necessary? How does your brain and body think about date night?
Do males and females think about it differently? Do partners, friends, and significant others see things differently? Date nights can bring people and families closer together in many different ways. What is it that prevents date night – finances, getting a baby sitter, work constraints, lack of interest or uncertainty on what to do? During this presentation Dr. Hall and Amanda will review how the brain puts things into perspective regarding relationships, how we can grow closer by understanding each other better, and how that “date night” can be one of the best ways to activate your “vagal system” more than any other singular activity. Well then, this is a night you won’t want to miss!! Get your date and join us for a night that just might potentially transform the rest of your life together.
PS – This is a great opportunity to have “date night” simulcasted at your office with your patients and practice members.
Date: Friday, June 3, 2022
Location: Online via Zoom
99USD (early bird)
Registration will close June 1st.
Please email Amanda@BrainDC.org with any questions.