My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Relationship Research Foundation, Newport Beach, CA, USA
I took a couple of classes at RRF: Journey to Love and a Communications class. Both were absolutely terrific! I took the classes because I was having problems in intimate relationships.
The Journey to Love class really helped me learn valuable information about myself and the type of partner I was searching for. Prior to that class, I had not been successful in finding the right partner. Due to that class I'm now in a committed relationship and I am very happy!
The Communications class was also very helpful because it gave me various tools to make communication with others more productive. It also gave me the opportunity to learn how to a better and more understanding listener. The skills from the class were a great addition to the Journey to Love class and came in very handy when I was going through the process of finding my partner.
I highly recommend RRF to anyone thinking about becoming a better partner. The skills learned at RRF will make your relationships soar! Whether you are single or married, you can benefit from the classes. The staff is outstanding, as well as very friendly and warm. The organization is made up of very caring people and that makes a real difference!
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My personal and professional life.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Expand the training center space to allow for more participants.
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How did you find this group?
A counselor referred the organization to me.
What, if any, change in your life has this group encouraged?
It has encouraged me to believe in positive relationships and has given me the courage to pursue a successful committed relationship of my own. It also me aware that we can all learn more about communication. Communication skills are very valuable when dealing with others.
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