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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Do All That You Can To Save Your Marriage




It is not really new to us to hear couples getting divorce nowadays. It makes me sad to know that their marriage didn't last. I myself doesn't want to get through with all the hassles of getting divorce, God forbid you know. My husband and I agreed that we will always do our best to make our marriage last forever and to make sure that we will always do our part as a couple and a partner in life.

For people who have a marriage problem right now, I want you to know that you are not alone on your battle. If you want to fight back to save your marriage to last then the National Institute of Marriage is there to help you. They are actually designed for couples who are struggling with their union.

The most popular marriage counseling program at National Institute of Marriage is "The Couples Intensive" program. They uses a structure which is the most powerful format in helping couples who feel that they cannot achieved their dream marriage. It actually consist of five couples and two of the National Institute of Marriage counselors that works together for a four day period. The five couples will spend their 30 hours of time with two of the National Institute of Marriage counselors, the couples will experience luxury accommodations, all meals are included and you will be given a manual for all participants and other follow up services.

This is only one of the many programs they offered at National Institute of Marriage. For more information or if interested in saving your marriage here is your chance to check at National Institute of Marriage.com or you also read their Press Release below.


Press Release:

With the national divorce rate around 50%, there is no doubt that many marriages run into communication problems at some point. There is a communication epidemic. The National Institute of Marriage has created marriage counseling programs and resources utilizing a structure that is the most powerful format they have found for helping couples who feel stuck and hopeless. They have designed several programs to help couples move past the barriers and experience the marriage of their dreams.
NIM's Intensive Marriage Counseling Programs are unique from weekly marriage counseling in three distinctive ways:

· Intensive Marriage Counseling Format: Committing to an extended amount of concentrated time like the 2 or 4 day Marriage Intensive allows people to get to the root of the problem and stick with it in order to work through it. If you’ve been in traditional marriage counseling before, you may have experienced how you spend the first half catching up from the week before, the second half getting into the real issues, and then the time is gone. The Intensive format is designed so that people have the chance to go deeper without many of the other distractions of daily life and have enough discuss to consider solutions.

· Efficiency: One of the first steps in the process is an extensive assessment with some questionnaires. This allows the therapists to gather background information and can get an idea of the best strategy to proceed before you arrive for your session.

· Marriage Counselors: The counselors at the National Institute of Marriage are specialists in this area. One analogy we like to use is that of the Mayo Clinic: people go to their regular physician but may be sent to a specialist to work with specific areas. The NIM marriage therapists have been trained in this format to maximize its effectiveness. Also, the NIM marriage counseling programs provide the perspectives and insight of two professionals rather than one.
If you are considering divorce, you must try the National Institute of Marriage before giving up. They have developed a continuum of care that meets couples wherever they may be in their relationship. Regardless of the health of their marriage they have a service that can help couples improve their marital satisfaction. Visit their website at http://www.nationalmarriage.com. Read the incredible testimonies from the couples that saved their marriages by attending a Marriage Intensive at the National Institute of Marriage.


Geraldine

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