Losing your cool is embarrassing, but it happens to all of us. For some of us it's no big deal but, if it becomes a habit and starts to affect the ones we love, we can begin to lose their respect and their trust pretty quickly. If we do nothing about it, there's a good chance we will lose them altogether.
When it comes to relationships and conflict, we can only use the best tools that we've been given. No amount of willpower is going to change that. Until someone shows us new ways of managing our temper and communicating with others, we're probably going to keep doing what we've always done.
The Circuit Breaker course is somewhere that hundreds of people have been able to find help, change and a new life. It's a ten week group based program for anyone who feels their temper is affecting the quality of their relationships.
With training and support, churches and community groups can now deliver the Circuit Breaker program in their local communities; bringing hope to people who are becoming abusive.
Facilitators of the program don't need to be counsellors or teachers. Most of them are ordinary people who take an interest in others and step up to lead a small group discussion. They do this with the strong support of a proven program, course videos and facilitators' manual.
Would you like to bring hope to unhappy homes?
We'd love to show you how.
What our participants say...
"I got more out of the first 30 mins of Circuit Breaker than out of the ten offender programs I had to do in jail."
(John - a former prisoner)
"If I hadn't done this course, I actually don't know where I'd be right now."
(Simon - Gold Coast)
"... life-changing, eye-opening, family-growing and marriage enriching..."
(Rachael - Springwood)
"I normally do the first week of a program and throw it in the bin. With Circuit Breaker, I had to keep coming back, because it was talking about me."
(Ray - an inmate of Borallon Correctional Centre)