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Relationship Alive – Live! feat. John and Julie Gottman
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Event Overview

Want to learn how to thrive in your relationship, or how to turn a troubled relationship around? Come join the world’s top relationship researchers, Drs. John and Julie Gottman, for a night of cutting-edge wisdom and science for a live recording of Neil Sattin’s Relationship Alive podcast. Plus, you’ll have a chance to have YOUR questions answered. If you’re single, you can discover exactly what you need to know to ensure that your next relationship is your best relationship.

Drawing on more than 40 years of research in their world-famous Love Lab, the Gottmans know what works (and what doesn’t) when it comes to long-term commitment. Along with several New York Times bestselling books, the Gottmans are also leading trainers of couples therapists - helping bring the art and science of love out of the lab and into your life in a way that’s practical - and effective.

Along with the Gottmans, we will be featuring a musical guest - still TBD.

The mission of Relationship Alive is to bring you the world’s best information about how to have a successful, positive, passionate relationship. From sex and intimacy, to communication, to healing and personal growth, Relationship Alive covers all the topics required to take your relationship to the the next level.

Hosted by Portland’s own Neil Sattin, the award-winning Relationship Alive podcast has had more than 3 million downloads with a global audience eager to uplevel their ability to bring mind, body, heart, and soul together in connection with the people that they love most.

For this live show you’ll get to participate in a conversation with Neil Sattin and the Gottmans in an unscripted evening sure to leave you empowered and excited for what’s possible in your love life.

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Oct 12, 2019 to Oct 12, 2019


7:00 pm to 9:00 pm


State Theatre 609 Congress St #200
Portland, ME 04101 United States


State Theatre


Presented By the Gottmans