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Research shows that those who attend premarital counseling were better off than 80% of couples who decided against counseling.
(Carlson et al., 2012)

According to a 2005 article published by the National Fatherhood Foundation, 41% (almost half) of divorced couples say lack of pre-marriage preparation contributed to their divorce. In addition, a 2006 article on pre-marriage education published in the Journal of Family Psychology reported couples are 31% less likely to get divorced if they get some type of pre-marriage training before they marry.


We can help you be better prepared for this most important step by reviewing your individual temperaments and discussing the topics of love, attitude, communication, finances, conflict, intimacy, and many others.

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