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October 07, 2010


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relationship education is undoubtedly a great thing- the trouble can often be getting one(or both) partners to agree to it. We do a lot of mediation and collaborative law and in some cases the couple in question will seek further relationship advice/edu and end up staying together.

Cheryl Gowin

Premarital and relationship training can help in building a strong marriage. I also think that divorce training should be required with the goal of helping both parties understand what the stress of a broken family or blended family will be.

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Marriage is sometimes like a roller coaster with up and down periods. It's not suppose to be a life long commitment to frustration, disappointment, pain and suffering.

Steve Gehloff, Marriage Counselor

I love the idea of integrating relationship education into human services programs, and hope it gets more traction.

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Anything worth committing your life to will require work as well as a passion to succeed. Just like secondary education, a career or even a hobby, you will always be faced with new challenges and opportunities to learn and grow.

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