How to achieve a “happily ever after” in 14 weeks

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Trevor Dimick, owner and founder of Transcend and Rocky Mountain Health and Wellness Center, introduced us to his best selling book, The 14 Laws of Happily Ever After, and his theory called “the circle of change,” which became the foundation of his business. The circle of change theory has contributed to both his and his clients’ success.

The theory is presented in chapter 5 of his book. Trevor explained that if we want to change something in our relationship, we have to stop doing what we are currently doing and is not working and start doing what does work. Trevor has lived “happily ever after” with his beautiful wife and two children due to the changes he’s applied to their relationship.
Transcend offers a 14 week program called “The 14 Weeks to Happily Ever After” designed to help couples apply these laws to their relationship.

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