by Kim Oda
The importance of choosing love. How critical it is to take a “time out” to lower adrenaline/cortisol rush. To connect vs shame. Almost a foreign language, but I believe many of us are hungry for this new language. Disconnection is hard. Love has got to be easier.
by Neels Loftus
Thank you for teaching us to drive fear out and build strong, deep and loving covenant relationships. This course equips us to create culture and environments where love reigns in our home and in the body of Christ.
Loved the content and production. I event enjoyed the tests!
by Patrick Browne
Loved the content and production... I event enjoyed the tests!
My wife and I would sit together and watch the videos and then reflect together.
We can't wait for the next track.
by Lori Clifton
The Relationship Core Track is rich with wisdom and insight for living as a "Relational Rockstar"! :) I feel like the final session hits the nail on the head, "Did I learn to Love?" Ultimately, Love is a person, namely Jesus. Have I learned to keep my love firmly in place as I walk through the relationships in my life? It's a continual process and Danny reminds me of that with wisdom, humor, and compassion. I highly recommend this track to everyone who desires to have healthy and strong relationships that "go the distance". Thank You Danny Silk and Team!
by Jacqueline Larner
I found the last sections hard because I am a practicing Buddhist. Buddhism is based on the concept that "I am basically good" and all sentient beings are "basically good." It comes from the belief that basically means primordial, that all of us are pure and that karmic events and consequences impact our lives and our universe and present what we perceive to be difficulties to all of us and that we are empowered when we can rise above those difficulties while continuing to love ourselves and all others and continue to engage in loving acts always and above all else. Meditation is the way we proceed. A good instance of this is, The Dalai Lama loves the Chinese even though the Chinese stole his country, raped the land and tortured anyone who continued to practice Buddhism or honor him. He has heard many of these horror stories from men and women, monks and nuns, and so forth. He is sad when he hears them but practices 4 hours each morning and his love grows only stronger for the Chinese and his own followers. He is a man of profound love, great compassion and true understanding of this life. He loves Desmond Tutu who he thinks has continued to love all as well. Two men in their 80s-90s practicing entirely different ways but truly loving all.
by Christian Zamora
The relationship core track is beautifully thought out and delivered. It will help increase your knowledge, understanding and shift some important paradigms in the area of healthy relationships. If you're struggling in the area of relationships or have very healthy ones, there's something in here for you. I highly recommend this course. KYLO!
by Steven Mulkey
I use this course personally and for the internship program that I run. So good.
by Lynn Schoolmeesters
Really practical. I learned so much about healthy patterns in relationships. Everyone should read this material!!
by Angela Edmond
Life changing course!
by Kimberly Moxley
The relationship core track is so powerful in its explanation and tools. So many helpful things I never learned growing up that I can now teach my children. Thank you for creating this course. It will change the way you relate to the people that mean the most to you.
by Andy Fager
This material has shifted my paradigm when it comes to relationships. The way I view people now is completely different and for the better. The content is amazing and the practical tools are very useful as well. The only thing I had was an issue with was the price for what you actually get. It would be nice to get some extra material maybe in kit of some sort? Or maybe just the book "Keep Your Love On" for some more in depth analysis. Overall this is an awesome tool for people to grow and thrive, which is exactly what I was looking for.
by Suzanne Girardin
Wonderfully set up. Easy to manage in small segments, notes/homework was appropriate and helpful. Simple yet complex (in a good way). Love the way Danny makes the understanding easy.
Life changing information
by Julie Byrnes
I am currently working through the Relationship track again in the new format. I'm not sure when the changes were made, but I am very pleased with the structure of the course. I am also very pleased to see my own progress in implementing the tools and strategies I learned in the first go round. The information given in this course has changed my life and my family's for the better, forever. Thank you!
Good, but could be improved
by Randall Burke
Ok, so I'm going to give a mixed reviews. First the good ...
The content is amazing, especially the last couple lessons to tie it all together. It's all lifted from the "Keep Your Love On" book, which has tons of practical tips and advice on how to navigate relational challenges.
Herein lies my complaint. The course material is short. On the one hand, a person is getting essentially group therapy sessions at a fraction of the cost, especially if they're willing to talk to family and friends about what they're learning. On the other hand, I don't find it interactive enough. (Maybe that's where phase two will come in?)
If someone needed to live on the cheap this course wouldn't be the most economical option (unfortunately) and that would be my criticism. If scholarships were available for those in need to somehow be financed to go thru the course... People who don't have tons of healthy connections or support. That would make this course better.
It's a good investment for those who have the money, but even for me coming out of living on social assistance, the course fee seems a bit steep for what is provided. Essentially one can get the book Keep Your Love On for cheaper and with more details.
Still, getting personal videos and having the Facebook group I discovered is pretty cool. I would give this course a 6.5/10 ... For all the reasons I mentioned. :) Good but could use some improvement.
Ps. Somehow finding a way to offer set amounts in each country's currency would be nice but I realize logistically that might not work. The Canadian price is all weird cuz of the exchange rate fluctuating.