Maximizing Your Relationships Retreat

The relationship grows through honesty, forgiveness, and transparency.

What is a Maximizing Your Relationship retreat?

With all of the pressures and stressors of life, relationships can indeed become strained very easily. Many couples contemplate giving up and moving on in their marriages. Attending a Maximizing Your Relationship retreat can open the door for healing relationships as couples learn to work together again. If you’re contemplating a separation or divorce, attend one of my relationship retreats to learn key techniques that will strengthen your relationship.

  • Working Together
  • Honesty
  • Learning to forgive
  • Being open and transparent
  • Unconditional Love

Divorce rates continue to hover around 50% in America; don’t be part of this statistic by walking away from your relationship. If you’re ready fight for your marriage and grow in your relationship, contact me for information on this life changing retreat.

Dr. Neyland sharing techniques at a couples retreat

Dr. Neyland sharing techniques at a couples retreat

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Couples attending a relationship retreat

What you’ll learn at a MYR retreat

The key ingredient to a successful marriage is Unconditional Love as a foundation to your marriage. A marriage must be built on four essential domains: Spiritual; Emotional; Physical, and Social. I use a 7 Session Presentation to conduct the retreat.


  • Foundations of Marriage
  • A Case for Unconditional Marriage
  • Communication Keys
  • Exploring Sexual Fulfillment
  • Finding Forgiveness
  • Commitment
  • Expect Something Great

The 2 or 3 day retreat is based on my book “Loving When You Don’t Feel Like It.” After this life-changing and empowering retreat your relationship will be impacted in a positive way.

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Contact me if you are interested in having a marriage retreat for your church or organization.


"Shon, this is an excellent discussion of the reason behind the hate. As you and I often discussed many years ago, as young Captains at OTS, when people begin comparing themselves to one another, its not the likeness, but the differences that seem to be magnified. Yet, it’s the strength of our differences that have made America great. As we begin to see ourselves as God sees us (in His image–in nature, character and behavior) we will recognize that our uniqueness is to be celebrated rather than despised. Truly, we can come together as one nation again, when we take the courage to esteem others higher than ourselves and seek to exalt each other through the uniting strength of our differences."

George Frazier | Pastor


"Give us clear vision that we may know where to stand and what to stand for—because unless we stand for something, we shall fall for anything." Peter Marshall, Chaplain U.S. Senate, 1902 -1949

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