SYMBIS: Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts
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Identify potential pain points, reduce conflict, and learn skills that will create relationship happiness. An estimated 2.5 million people are expected to marry this year, yet many of them will spend
Identify potential pain points, reduce conflict, and learn skills that will create relationship happiness.
An estimated 2.5 million people are expected to marry this year, yet many of them will spend more time and resources planning their actual wedding than they do their marriage.
Pre-marital counseling has yet to be “normalized” in this country. Many couples, caught up in the excitement of love, fail to plan their actual life together. And most are surprised when they are met with challenges around issues that they never fully discussed, like sex and finances. These issues (and quite a few others) often lead to relationship stress and arguments.
This does not need to occur. You can learn skills that can prevent future disagreements and lead to a more satisfying relationship. You can also reduce the odds of getting a divorce.
Your home is supposed to be a place of peace and joy! If it is not, you definitely need to be in this workshop!
Join us on Wednesday, May 10, 2023, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM PST for this complimentary workshop to learn more about the SYMBIS Assessment.
The SYMBIS (Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts) Assessment provides a roadmap to a successful and happy marriage. Couples are assessed individually through an online tool. The results are unpacked in individual or group sessions with a certified SYMBIS facilitator. The SYMBIS Assessment is an insightful relationships tool that is open to all couples: newly engaged, newly married, married for years, long-term partners, second marriages, and LGBTQ couples.
This one hour session will assist couples in unpacking the results of the SYMBIS Assessment.
This SYMBIS Assessment focuses on these areas:
Remarriage (if relevant)
Blended Families (if relevant)
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm