Healthy Relationships Make Freedom Worth Fighting For
Our warriors most important relationships are under fire. 22 Military Services Members and Veterans commit suicide every day, while the divorce rates remain at a staggering 50%. We must bring more to the fight for relationships.
Research shows healthy relationships make life rich. Salute to Relationships (STR) strengthens and protects the relationships that matter most to all Military Service Members and Veterans. STR’s innovative approach increases resiliency, readiness and morale among its particpating Warriors.
STR is the perfect online tool for our Military during a time of social distancing, deployment, and beyond.
Who It's For
HOW IT WORKS
1. ONLINE TRAINING
2. FACILITATOR TRAINING
3. STR CONFERENCES
1. Online Training
Unlimited Access for Your Group
STR bridges the gap between the best civilian relationship training and the specific needs of Military Service Members and Veterans. STR has 8 online training modules filled with: over 50 training videos plus on-the-go audio, interactive next step questions in every video, 10+ assessments that put information into action.
The most common issues Warriors in relationships face include miscommunication and unmet expectations. Warriors will learn how to get off the struggle bus immediately when conflict comes, and circumvent future issues before they arise.
The happiest couples learn the art of how to trade places with their partner. In a word, it’s called empathy. Discover precisely how others are wired so that you can begin to see the world through their eyes.
Most relationship problems are just single people problems we drag from our past and into our present. STR will help you unpack ways to care for yourself mentally, emotionally, spiritually and physically.
One of the biggest sources of conflict in relationships is money management. Learn how to get on the same team with your finances, create a budget and talk through money-related topics.
Unhealthy or unclear sexual expectations cause significant relational conflict. In this module, we carefully and inclusively erase myths, deconstruct bad habits, and coach you towards developing greater intimacy.
Discover how your family of origin affects your approach to roles and expectations in your most important relationships. The goal is to understand how you were raised and move forward as a team, implementing roles into daily life.
Whether or not you are a person of faith; understanding how to relate to other people's worldviews is essential. In this module, you will find a safe and inclusive environment and be given the tools to have healthy conversations with others about faith and spirituality.
FAMILY AND FRIENDS
It’s been said that we become like those we spend time with. Discover how your friends and family have shaped you, learn the secret to overcoming childhood wounds, and navigate key relationships with family and friends.
2. FACILITATOR TRAINING
STR facilitators will receive access to create their own digital library onto the groups private portal. Leaders will receive specific STR certification training as well as ongoing training to further support Warriors and Veterans.
3. STR CONFERENCE
Salute to Relationships will host an annual in-person* or online-conference to inspire and empower Service Members and Veterans in your group.
*Available for groups 3,500+
Couples love Salute To Relationships
Matt Morgan is one of the leading coaching experts in the country. From nearlyweds to married couples, Matt has helped more than 10,000 Warriors and civilians bulletproof their relationships. He has only seen three couples get a divorce in twelve years. His expertise and advice extend to every area of life: friendship, dating, sex, marriage, gender gaps, parenting, business, self-awareness, etc. His audience loves his funny (and relatable) stories, sticky phrases, and practical tips. He’s been seen on stage with world thought leaders such as Tony Robbins and is highly rated by couples across America as both Wedding Wire’s and The Knot’s 2020 best marriage coach. Matt received his Masters in Theology and Counseling from Bethel University in Minnesota. Matt resides in Denver, CO, with his wife and daughter.
Mike Lotzer served in the Army Chaplain Corps. from 2004-2012. Stateside, Mike served as a Casualty Notification Chaplain, a Marriage Strong Bonds Instructor, and a Deployment Support and Reintegration Chaplain. While serving in Iraq as the 34th Infantry Special Troops Battalion Chaplain, Mike was awarded the Army Commendation and Bronze Star Medals. His experience caring for dying soldiers in combat have birthed a life-long commitment to serve and empower Warriors and their families. Mike has a B.A. in Comparative World Religion and Psychology from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and earned a Master of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. Mike and his wife Erica, reside in Minneapolis, MN, with their two boys and daughter.