Post # 1
My fiance and I just finished Marriag Prep 101, a workshop put on by two marriage counselors who’ve been married for fifteen years. It was a Friday night/ Saturday workshop help at Fort Mason, catered by Greens. I really can’t say enough good things about the straightforward advice and problem solving tools we learned. Also, there was this really in-depth questionairre that matched up your strengths and what areas you need to work on. Not sure if anyone has seen the reviews on Yelp but they are definitely something to look into, especially if you’re looking for some pre-marital counseling.
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Check out the reviews on Yelp, too.
Post # 3
My fiance and I attended this workshop last July. I agree, they were fabulous! My fiance even said he enjoyed himself!
Post # 4
Another satisfied Marriage Prep 101 graduate here. I was sort of nervous that it would be a lot of “psycho-babble” for my guy but he thought it was really practical and efficient as well.
Post # 5
Since we’re Catholic we took the Enrich/Prepare exam and went over that with a marriage counselor and then went to Engaged Encounter for a weekend. I thought we got alot out of the EE weekend, especially when compared to the two sessions we had with the counselor. My guy has trouble sharing his feelings, it was really nice to read all the things he had to say about us, our relationship, where he wants to be and how he feels about me. I would definitely recommend Engaged Encounter. It’s hard to describe tangibly what we got out of it, but ever since then we have been closer than ever before.
Post # 6
I mentioned this to my fiance and he is totally on board! As a vegetarian, he is very excited about one of his favorite restaurants (Greens) catering it, and we were having problems finding non-religious counselors. Thanks for the advice!