You can succeed in love, marriage, and family!

Relationship success for spouses, families, and/or intimate partners, means becoming for one another a primary source of joy and happiness, and minimizing being for one another a primary source of frustration and sadness (from His Needs, Her Needs,  Dr. Willard Harley). Sometimes this can only happen with help through counseling and/or education.

It is in your primary relationships - with self, spouse, intimate partner, children, good friends, and God - where you find life to be most meaningful.  When there is a pattern of loving and forgiving one another, life is joyful, fun, and filled with hope.  But when there is a pattern of stress, conflict, and resentment, life can feel dark and empty.  

Education and counseling have been proven to be two highly effective ways to help individuals, couples, and families develop patterns of positive interactions and emotional engagement that help them succeed in their commitments to love one another. 

I can help you achieve RELATIONSHIP SUCCESS!

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Successful relationships are:

Good for men and women...
Men and women who are happily married enjoy these benefits over their unmarried or unhappily married counterparts:
Healthier lifestyles
Longer lives
More satisfying sexual relationships
Greater wealth and economic assets

Good for children...
Children from successful marriages also enjoy greater benefits than children from unhappy marriages and/or single families. They have: 
Better relationships with parents and peers
Better emotional health
Better success in school
They are more likely to have clear goals for their future, are more likely to go to college,and are less likely to have unplanned pregnancies.

Good for society...
Marriage is not merely a religious ritual or social contract; it is a political act. Strong marriages build strong families. Strong families build strong schools, churches, and neighborhoods that in turn build strong civic communities and a strong nation.

Good for business...
Employees who are happily married are more loyal, stable and productive in their jobs. They live healthier lifestyles, have lower absenteeism, and have fewer health care expenditures than unmarried employees.

Click here to learn more about how promoting marriage is healthy for business

Everyone wins when a marriage succeeds.
People who invest in their marriages make the best parents, neighbors, PTA and church members, employees, and citizens.

There are no perfect marriages, but there are successful marriages,
and one difference between failure and success is:

Successful couples work on their marriages.