You’ve been together for a while now, and overall it’s a really great relationship. You can see spending the rest of your life with this person; you’ve been through a lot already, and you finally decided to get engaged! But you’re a little worried about some things in your relationship. There are some issues you’ve never quite been able to talk about, and there are others that gets everyone’s tempers up every time they’re brought up. But every relationship has its problems, right? Enter premarital counseling.
You’d like to give your marriage the best shot at succeeding. You want to do what it takes to prepare yourself for a life together – living together 24/7, managing finances, maybe even having kids. How do you make sure that the little arguments don’t turn into big problems?
- Conflict Resolution
- Setting boundaries
- …and more.
Marriage is supposed to last a lifetime. Why not invest now to make that goal a reality? Contact us to set up an appointment for premarital counseling.
Premarital Counseling Success
Gene and Lori had been dating for years, but neither one was convinced it was time for marriage yet. Both had concerns about problems in the relationship they had encountered over the years. Gene’s mom was one of them; Lori’s anxiety issue was another. Both were wondering if the other had a fear of commitment. Once they decided to seek premarital counseling, they got a lot of clarity on these problems and others, and after a handful of sessions, felt prepared to move ahead with marriage. The problems hadn’t all gone away – but now they knew they could deal with them.
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