Posts in the ‘Premarital Counseling’ Category

Tightwads & Spendthrifts

Spendthrifts Marrying Tightwads Maybe you have always been a little uncomfortable about how much money you spend. So it’s not surprising that you will attracted a tightwad. You perhaps will assume that this person will help you rein in your carefree use of credit cards. But be careful. Recent research from University of Michigan, University

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What If I Am Not Sure I Want to Marry My Fiancé

  If You Are Unsure About the Relationship Let’s say you have gotten engaged and told your family and friends. Then you find yourself raising questions about whether this is the right step. In fact, you are feeling quite anxious about taking the plunge. So you are probably mystified: “Is this normal “pre-wedding jitters” or

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12 Topics You Must Discuss Before Getting Married

Ever wonder what you need to talk about before you get married?  As a marriage counselor for many years, I have selected these as the most important topics along with questions for you to explore before you walk down the aisle. 1. Meaning of Your Marriage Commitment A. Describe what commitment means to you as

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FAQ’s on Marriage Counseling

Q: Do we come in together or separately? A: Beginning the therapy together gives you both a chance to tell your story. Often the first session will give both of you hope that you can work on the relationship and make a difference. Q: Will we always meet together? A: No, after the initial joint

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