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Marriage Encounter: http://www.wwme.org/
Any married couple who desires a richer, fuller life together. A marriage can never be too good. Marriage Encounter is designed to deepen and enrich the joys a couple share together, whether they have been married for only a short time, or for many years. Priests and other religious are also welcome and encouraged to attend!
The Marriage Encounter Weekend dates for 2010 are May 21-23 and October 22-24.
For information or to register, please call or email:
Chris and Christina Kinney, (520) 574-7822 or email@example.com.
The program offers tools needed to rediscover a loving marriage relationship. Thousands of couples headed for cold, unloving relationships or divorce have successfully overcome their marriage problems by attending the program.
Retrouvaille is a program for couples who feel bored, frustrated, or angry in their marriage. Some experience distance or coldness and simply shut down. Others experience conflict and arguments in their relationship. Most don’t know how to change the situation or even communicate with their spouse about it. This program has helped thousands of couples experiencing marital difficulty at all levels including minor disillusionment and deep misery. For confidential information about the program or to register for the program, please contact Albert and Bertha Fresquez at 520-883-2747 (home), 520-403-6852 (cell) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
10 Great Dates www.marriagealive.com
Combining fun dates and marriage education skills, this video curriculum gives couples time-out to build their marriage and enrich their relationship. You will also need the book, “10 Great Dates to Energize your Marriage.”
A 5 packet survey based program for couples who want to re-focus on their marriage and need some direction and skill building to this. The 5 topics are 1) Marriage as a process 2) Intimacy, 3) Compatibility, 4) Communication, and 5) Commitment.
Parents Role – Even Teenagers Do Listen
It’s important information to share with parents. While the National Directory for Catechesis calls them the “primary educators of their children,” a better term might be “primary influencers.” The latest studies don’t make parenting any easier but it does prove the importance of setting boundaries.
Writing for USA Today, Kim Painter used several studies including the latest on media use by the Kaiser Family Foundation
She discovered kyds who had limits on being “plugged in” for three hours or less were better in a variety of ways. Teens with a bedtime of 10:00pm or earlier were less likely to be depressed or consider suicide. Teen drivers whose parents set and enforced rules were less likely to speed,
get in crashes, drink and drive, and use cell phones while driving. In fact “Teens whose parents set rules also smoke less, delay sex and do better in school.” She also offers some help for parents who desire to set limits.
Tips on limiting screen time – http://www.commonsensemedia.org/advice-for-parents
Tips on teen safe driving - http://www.research.chop.edu/programs/youngdriver
Help teens get more sleep - http://www.sleepeducation.com/Topic.aspx?id=53
Kim’s article can be found at Your Health