PreMarital Counseling enhances marriage
Have you met the right right person and find yourself ready to take the next step into deeper commitment? If so you will want to make sure that your foundation is solid and that both of you are on the same page about certain important things. The benefits of PreMarital Therapy are both immediate and long term. Here's my site dedicated to PreMarital Counseling
Issues worth exploring before you marry or move in together.
Coping with Change
How to Disagree without Damage
Issues with Friends
Changes to your Social Life
What can I offer you in terms of PreMarital Counseling?
Thank you for visiting my site. If you are preparing to make that big commitment allow me to first congratulate you! Marriage and commitment are the best adventures in life. I can help you make a firm foundation so that your love will last. I promise you that PreMarital Counseling will be a fruitful and strengthening process for your relationship future. Visit my PreMarital Site
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Dona Laressa Desmond PhD
No matter how deep your love is there always seems to be some areas where you disagree
You are two individuals with your own ways of doing things. Once you marry these differences can become stumbling blocks. It is both wise and possible to address and resolve these differences ahead of time.
PreMarital Counseling is a safe, neutral place to solidify your strengths, examine your differences and discover solutions
I will listen to each of you and help you with the pillars of a successful relationship. While there is no insurance policy for relationships it is true that PreMarital Counseling is the closest thing that I've seen to an emotional guarantee.
Who benefits from PreMarital Counseling?
It doesn't matter what your age or relationship history is; before you engage, marry, move in or take that next big step it can be extremely helpful for the future of your relationship to get a few sessions of PreMarital Counseling together.
Questions to think about before you marry
What are the pillars of a successful relationship? Besides love, what habits and history do you bring to your relationship? Have you been clear about your expectations? What exactly do you need and how do you get your partner to understand you?
Dona Laressa Desmond, PhD, LMFT
Couples Therapy, PreMarital and Marriage Counseling