Thinking of Getting Married? How about a Pre-Nup Check Up?
So, you are “in love” and believe that you found “the one” at long last. However, with the cost of weddings being what they are, and the cost of a divorce being much higher, maybe it would be worth the investment to make sure that you and your beloved are a healthy match, BEFORE you commingle your funds, purchasing a home together and/or raising a kid or two together.
Because, as you know, people get married every day, and then at some point, sometimes in only a few months time, they realize that they made a HUGE mistake. Maybe you know some people that fit that profile.
You don’t want that to be you, do you? So, how about you both get a “Pre-Nlp, Check-Up?”
to make sure that both of you are on the same page regarding what you want in your relationship
to make sure that you have the same values in terms of finances, desire to have children and how to raise those children
to make sure that the cultures that you are from can be melded together and work well
to make sure any previous relationships that didn’t work so well, have been healed
to make sure that you are not getting involved with a person that is much different in reality then perhaps your hormones are allowing you to see, especially if it is a relationship less then 6 months old
to make sure that you clear up any emotional issues that you may have individually and as a couple, that may get in the way of your marital bliss
to make sure that you are doing what is in the best interest of both of you, even if that means not getting married
I came up with this idea because I have had so many clients come to me after they found out they had been married to people who were sociopaths, alcoholics or drug addicts, had eating disorders, or were just so stuck in their past, but never paid any mind even AFTER they saw the “red flags.”
On the opposite end of things, I had a wonderful experience with a client I had many years ago who saw me for an eating disorder. A few years later she wrote to ask me if her fiancé could come in to deal with an issue he had regarding his academic career. I agreed and the outcome was a very happily married couple, aligned in their values and still in love seven years later. This was one of the best wedding gifts they gave one another. They were able to clear up their individual issues before their marriage. In this case, there weren’t any issues between them as a couple.
Additionally, they were able to clear up their issues with her parents, who wanted them to have a huge wedding in a castle on the ocean. The couple, however were totally uninterested in a huge over blown affair. All they wanted was a quaint wedding at a nearby nature reserve. In the end, that is exactly what they had for their wedding, paid for by themselves to keep the parents from taking control of their day.
So, why don’t you empower yourselves to take care of any problems before they ruin your marital bliss? The investment is well worth it given the clients I see who didn’t really know their partners well enough before marrying, sometimes even with a decade of dating before making the marital commitment. I don’t want to see that happen to you, and I don’t believe you do either.
Give me a call to find out more.
Call Suzanne Kellner-Zinck of Dawning Visions Hypnosis Inc. at: 781-315-1719
I look forward to helping you create amazing relationships in your lives.
The work can be done through Skype.
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