CREATING A SUCCESSFUL MARRIAGE
|Start a marriage that will last a lifetime|
Begin a life of joy together
To begin a voyage as important as marriage, there are things you need to know. Then you can chart your course.
Any successful marriage is built upon basic principles. If you also have the tools for difficulties in a marriage-and know how to use them-you can establish a happy union that lasts a lifetime.
On this course you will learn:
- The components to build a lasting relationship—and how to use them.
- The first requisite of a successful marriage and each partner’s role in creating it.
- Why it is important to share the same goals.
- When you use the knowledge and tools you learn on this course, you can positively bring about a happy, fulfilling marriage.
When you use the knowledge and tools you learn on this course, you can positively bring about a happy, fulfilling marriage.
"I know how to choose someone for marriage not just because I'm in love. We have to be able to communicate and be on the same page. That bad feeling I used to have is now gone because I now understand why! That made a world of difference and I'm very thankful for this course. I will also make my future husband take this course before I marry him." - J.T.
"Regardless if you are married, divorced or single, take this course. It explains the failure and/or success of all marriage and gives specific things to look for in creating a marriage."- D.B.
"I have a lot more certainty and know-how on being in a marriage and how to have a happy one! I now can have a lifelong relationship with the right person, whereas before I started I did not feel that way - J.P.
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- "I now feel happy, social, enthusiastic and generally more positive about everything... and just better equipped to be me!"
- "I was very pleasantly surprised at how easily Dianetics works in practice."
- "The team at Wealden House are very motivated towards helping you find the right path for you."
- "Not only am I happy, and achieving all my goals, I know that I am now 'me' and I think that is the thing I am most grateful for."