MAINTAINING A HAPPY MARRIAGE
How to do you keep the happiness alive?
You can enjoy a lifetime together
What does a happy relationship depend on? What elements keep it alive and rewarding? And what can you do so your marriage lasts?
Marriages outnumber divorces, but the gap is closing. Indeed, many of the troubles in society stem from broken marriages, but you can prevent yours from ever going downhill.
On this course you will learn:
- The components that form the bedrock of every relationship—the essential elements to a happy marriage.
- The factors that keep a relationship flourishing.
- Why a lasting marriage depends on mutual trust, and how to build that trust in your relationship.
- When you use the knowledge you learn on this course, you will create a relationship that you can both share with joy for a lifetime.
When you use the knowledge you learn on this course, you will create a relationship that you can both share with joy for a lifetime.
"As I was doing the course my affinity for my husband was increasing, my wanting to create with him was developing even more, bigger, stronger. I realised the beauty of my union and what an amazing future we are building together." - V.D.
"Anyone who has ever planned to get married or was married or is married should do this course. It got me to see how my marriage failed and why, and also how I could have been more responsible and how I can create a better marriage next time." - D.I.
"The tools offered in this course are really amazing and beautiful. I feel great for having done this course and I feel empowered to maintain a happy marriage and I now have certainty that I have the tools to do it." - C.R.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."