Tricky says, "the stuff wears off. Even if she does more courses and stuff, she will most likely want to stay with you... and she'll get tired of the landmark stuff sooner or later."
Not according to the complaints I receive almost every day.
Divorce, breakups, breakdowns and even hospital stays may be the result of this "stuff."
Landmark not only may not "wear off," it is potentially dangerous and may have serious residual effects.
Landmark has repeatedly been sued for personal injuries, which is why their paperwork requires participants to sign off on a provision for "binding arbitration" regarding any future claim against them.
Anyone seriously concerned about a situation related to Landmark should strongly consider seeking professional help.
This might include identifying a mental health professional in your area with direct experience treating the casualties of large group awareness or mass marathon training, such as Landmark Education.
John Hochamn MD is in Los Angeles, Philip Cushman Ph.D. is in San Francisco, Paul Martin Ph.D is in Albany, Ohio and Carlos Reuda MD practices in New York City.
These mental health professionals have direct experience dealing with large group awareness training.
The above link discusses Reuda's work with three NXIVM casualties. A fourth was recently hospitalized. And a tragic suicide never made it to treatment.
NXIVM is yet another large group awareness training program that seems to be largely based upon Scientology and Landmark Education.
Experimenting with someone's life in a serious situation based upon anecdotal advice can easily become problematic and could be potentially unsafe.
Be very cautious.
Another possible option is professional intervention.
This approach is not free, but may prove meaningful.