Premarital-Counseling.org Is Live, Offers Advice For Couples That Are Getting Married
07/18/2011

The owner of Premarital-Counseling.org just announced that a new website is live, created for couples that are planning to get married and wish to get some advice before the big wedding day. There are certain life areas where couples often experience problems in their marriage. Discussing these life areas before the wedding can greatly improve the chances of getting a happy marriage.

Online PR News – 18-July-2011 – – The owner of Premarital-Counseling.org just announced that a new website is live, created for couples that are planning to get married and wish to get some advice before the big wedding day. There are certain life areas where couples often experience problems in their marriage. Discussing these life areas before the wedding can greatly improve the chances of getting a happy marriage.

Tina Hanson, the owner of the website, said she wanted to publish information that was easily available for couples that are thinking of taking the next step. "When attending premarital counseling with a professional therapist or your pastor you have the opportunity to discuss things that will help you keep the marriage intact and meaningful," she said.

"To enjoy a happy marriage, good communication skills are important. Our goal is to give advice on how to communicate better with your loved one, premarital counseling and how to find a relationship therapist," says Mrs. Hanson, the owner of Premarital-Counseling.org."

Launched in June 2011, Premarital-Counseling.org already have a lot of useful information. The information is written by us as well as other writers. We also plan to start publishing a newsletter about premarital counseling, relationship therapy and couples counseling. Our main goal is to write information that will help people better prepare for their marriage, give them advice on couples counseling and how to find a relationship therapist, according to Mrs. Hanson.

"Premarital counseling can help you find out what expectations you have of your roles in the marriage. This includes many questions about careers, finances, household responsibilities and children. By talking about these things and learning how your partner view these things, you can avoid a lot of conflicts in the future" Mrs. Hanson says. "For couples that are thinking about getting married or want advice to help with their relationship, our website will be a good resource."

For more information on premarital counseling and how to find a relationship therapist, visit http://premarital-counseling.org