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How to find a Life Partner

25th April 2017 · 7:00pm - 9:30pm

In person | Virtual event

 How to find a Life Partner

Family, what does that word really mean? To build a family is the highest and most noble attainments of man. It is the key to building communities and nations. However, almost half of black children in Britain are being raised by a single parent in a one parent household. The economic and psychological ramifications of this are stark, arguably disadvantaging for Africans who want to climb the social ladder.

In this workshop, our relationship healer Maeve Crawford will help us to understand the science and process of choosing a life partner. Through awareness, self-reflection and conversation, this interactive workshop will empower men and women to be clear about what they’re are looking for. Then equip you with tools and strategies to find the person that is right for you – right meaning someone who is aligned with your values and vision. You will learn how to see beyond the social masks and physical attraction, and how we create connections with purpose and meaning, and ultimately a better match for life’s journey.

Please note: This class is a practical and interactive workshop to give you the awareness, knowledge and fundamental tools to finding a life partner. The workshop contains a small amount of silent reflection and meditation

What you will learn

  • The true purpose and reason for wanting a relationship
  • Cultivate healing from emotional scares past relationship wounds
  • The link between self esteem, personal development and attraction
  • Build an honest profile of the partner we need
  • How to draft a dating plan
  • How to have true intimacy, presence and connection
  • Do’s and don’ts of dating

About our Facilitator

Maeve Crawford is a relationship healer and educator. Described as a “guardian angel” by her clients, Crawford utilises her gifts to help clients understand the power of love. Her ethos is built around self-appreciation, acceptance and values to ensure individuals connect to themselves and the divine before connecting with their soulmate. She has co-authored three books: Is That What love Is? – True Stories from Women Around the World; Tears to Triumph – Stories to Transform Your Life Today, Pebbles in the Pond – Transforming the World One Person at a Time.

Registration: £10 (plus Eventbrite fees). Registration opens 25th March 2017.


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