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When was the last time you bought a marriage book or took a marriage class together?! 1951!?*!

If you are a lawyer, a doctor, a secretary, a fashion stylist, or a parent, and you want to succeed at you have to keep learning. To be good at your job you need to always be developing your skill base as the situations you finr yourself in are constantly changing.

Imagine lying on the operating table and the surgeon says, “Oh! I have never seen this new type of instrument how do I use it?” Oh Boy! Imagine standing in court with your attorney and the judge says you are charged with misdemeanor #16725, and your attorney says “Oh! I have never heard of that before”. Oh Boy! Imagine hiring a new assistant, and you have an important deadline to meet with your top client, but she says, “Sorry I can’t use computers but I am great with a typewriter!” She can smile sweetly, but Oh Boy!

Marriage is a skills-based relationship. It is life long profession that you have to stay expert at even after the kids leave home or you retire! After the chuppa, rather than thinking; Oh boy what the heck do I do now? Develop your skills and yourself to be a connoisseur of marriage.

Research shows that most couples won’t even take one marriage education program! The normal pattern is for couples to meet, fall in love, get married, and hope for the best. Unfortunately, for 50% of all couples, their marriage and dreams end in divorce.

By learning about marriage you’ll learn what to expect, including; challenges such as the birth of the first child, negotiating work and family responsibilities, problem solving techniques and communication skills. You will learn about romance, love, friendship, integrity, trust, making up, commitment, taking responsibility, acceptance, forgiveness, and sacrifice.

Some of our favorite books are:

The 5 Love Languages: Gary Chapman
You Owe it to Yourself: Atarah Malach
You Paid How Much For That, How to win at money without loosing at love: Markman and Stanley
Making a Good Marriage Better: Avraham Peretz Friedman

Fighting For Your Marriage: Markman and Stanley

P.S. If you like what you read visit www.jewishmarriageinstitue.com/donate to make a donation.was the last time you bought a marriage book or took a marriage class together?! 1951!?*!
If you are a lawyer, a doctor, a secretary, a fashion stylist, or a parent, and you want to succeed at you have to keep learning. To be good at your job you need to always be developing your skill base as the situations you find yourself in are constantly changing.
Imagine lying on the operating table and the surgeon says, “Oh! I have never seen this new type of instrument how do I use it?” Oh Boy! Imagine standing in court with your attorney and the judge says you are charged with misdemeanor #16725, and your attorney says “Oh! I have never heard of that before”. Oh Boy! Imagine hiring a new assistant, and you have an important deadline to meet with your top client, but she says, “Sorry I can’t use computers but I am great with a typewriter!” She can smile sweetly, but Oh Boy!
Marriage is a skills-based relationship. It is life long profession that you have to stay expert at even after the kids leave home or you retire! After the chuppa, rather than thinking; Oh boy what the heck do I do now?  Develop your skills and yourself to be a connoisseur of marriage.
Research shows that most couples won’t even take one marriage education program! The normal pattern is for couples to meet, fall in love, get married, and hope for the best. Unfortunately, for 50% of all couples, their marriage and dreams end in divorce.
By learning about marriage you’ll learn what to expect, including; challenges such as the birth of the first child, negotiating work and family responsibilities, problem solving techniques and communication skills. You will learn about romance, love, friendship, integrity, trust, making up, commitment,  taking responsibility, acceptance, forgiveness, and sacrifice.
Some of our favorite books are:
The 5 Love Languages: Gary Chapman
You Owe it to Yourself: Atarah Malach
You Paid How Much For That, How to win at money without loosing at love: Markman and Stanley
Making a Good Marriage Better: Avraham Peretz Friedman
Fighting For Your Marriage: Markman and Stanley
Enjoy each other
Motti and Sharon Shenker
P.S. If you like what you read visit www.jewishmarriageinstitue.com/donate to make a donationWhen was the last time you bought a marriage book or took a marriage class together?! 1951!?*!
If you are a lawyer, a doctor, a secretary, a fashion stylist, or a parent, and you want to succeed at you have to keep learning. To be good at your job you need to always be developing your skill base as the situations you find yourself in are constantly changing.
Imagine lying on the operating table and the surgeon says, “Oh! I have never seen this new type of instrument how do I use it?” Oh Boy! Imagine standing in court with your attorney and the judge says you are charged with misdemeanor #16725, and your attorney says “Oh! I have never heard of that before”. Oh Boy! Imagine hiring a new assistant, and you have an important deadline to meet with your top client, but she says, “Sorry I can’t use computers but I am great with a typewriter!” She can smile sweetly, but Oh Boy!
Marriage is a skills-based relationship. It is life long profession that you have to stay expert at even after the kids leave home or you retire! After the chuppa, rather than thinking; Oh boy what the heck do I do now?  Develop your skills and yourself to be a connoisseur of marriage.
Research shows that most couples won’t even take one marriage education program! The normal pattern is for couples to meet, fall in love, get married, and hope for the best. Unfortunately, for 50% of all couples, their marriage and dreams end in divorce.
By learning about marriage you’ll learn what to expect, including; challenges such as the birth of the first child, negotiating work and family responsibilities, problem solving techniques and communication skills. You will learn about romance, love, friendship, integrity, trust, making up, commitment,  taking responsibility, acceptance, forgiveness, and sacrifice.
Some of our favorite books are:
The 5 Love Languages: Gary Chapman
You Owe it to Yourself: Atarah Malach
You Paid How Much For That, How to win at money without loosing at love: Markman and Stanley
Making a Good Marriage Better: Avraham Peretz Friedman
Fighting For Your Marriage: Markman and Stanley
Enjoy each other
Motti and Sharon Shenker
P.S. If you like what you read visit www.jewishmarriageinstitue.com/donate to make a donation.

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