The Premarital Course is designed for couples seeking to create a partnership that is strong, healthy and realistic for marriage. The course covers topics that help to improve the success of marriage. Participants should expect to gain the ability to overcome marriage issues that are associated to the risk of divorce early in marriage.
One primary intention of this course is to help couples create the foundation that fuels a relationship with harmony and connection. This course helps partners prepare for marriage through the application of guided lessons and exercises. The premarital course is a series of lectures and guided activities that help couples prepare for marriage and their future together.
Mr. Juan Santos is a professional counselor and book author who specializes in relationship stability and understanding separation indicators. He is the author of Couples Workbook: Making Your Relationship Work; 100 Ways Married Men Remain Emotionally Connected; Life Without Stress; My Journal
Who is the marriage preparation course for?
The premarital course is for couples who are planning to get married or who are already engaged and wish to build the foundation to a lasting life together. The course is built on principles that sustain marriage and aid in understand predictors of divorce.
As a result of this workshop, you will learn how to:
At the workshop, you’ll learn how to: build and share a stronger and deeper connection, create respect and understanding, affection, conflict resolution, and divorce prediction. Couples will learn how to love each other in a manner that highlights respect and love language. Topics that often create tension and those that build connection will be discussed and provided in a format that allows growth and practical utilization.
As a result of purchasing this workshop, you will receive:
The foundation to building and sustaining a healthy marriage and friendship. You’ll gain a greater understanding for your partner, conflict resolution, and fostering respect. Couples will receive activities and guided lessons that can be used throughout their marriage as tools to nurture, build and strengthen the relationship.
What’s included in the marriage preparation course?
The course includes 4 lessons and 6 exercises. The lessons are divided into 9 guided sections. 2 Bonus materials are included as well as a copy of Mr. Santos latest relationship book Couples Workbook: Making Your Relationship Work.
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Lesson 1: Building a Lasting Foundation “Home Plate”
This lesson helps couples learn to how to understand each other’s needs by creating a middle ground. This is a special place where partners can meet halfway and communicate their concerns without hurting each other or avoiding topics. Couples learn how to understand each other’s feelings, through the practice of empathy and awareness. The host, Juan Santos, highlights the tolerance meter as a practical way to reduce tension and promote compassion. Couples focus on creating the foundation to building fortifying traditions together.
The lesson covers the materials in three sections:
- Section 1: Middle Ground
- Section 2: Understanding the Tolerance Meter
- Section 3: Building Traditions Together
As a result of Lesson 1, you will learn how to:
Couples will learn how to resolve conflict together versus secrecy or fear of escalating tension. This section aims to teach the utilization of the tolerance meter as a way to promote fluid communication, conflict resolution, and family building.
Lesson 2: Self-Discovery “why I react the way I do”
Self-Discovery guides couples in learning more about each other’s personalities, mental health, life goals and love language. Couples learn how to build a line of communication that aids in aligning their life together. The host, Juan Santos, shares personal insight and story in learning how mental health, goals, and love languages impact marriage.
The lesson covers the materials in three sections:
- Section 1: Why I Respond the Way I Do
- Section 2: Life Goals
- Section 3: Love Languages Activity
As a result of Lesson 2, you will learn how to:
Couples will walk away with a guided approach to loving their partner. This lesson helps couples understand and implement their love language in a manner that is practical, action orientated and open to evaluation. Partners will be able to evaluate and align their goals as they impact life and marriage. Couples learn how to discuss their personalities, character and mental health in a manner that is empathetic and nurturing to marriage.
Lesson 3: Hot Topics To Discuss
This lesson helps couples to understand how family, conflict, leadership, money, and the wedding influence marriage. Couples are encouraged to discuss common topics that are known to lead to divorce. The host, Juan Santos, utilizes this section as an intervention and foundation building opportunity aimed in allowing couples to build and strengthen their relationship.
The lesson covers the materials in two sections:
- Section 1: Concerns. Money, Wedding & Lifestyle
- Section 2: Alpha Role
As a result of Lesson 3, you will learn how to:
Couples will learn how to identify potential triggers in life and in the relationship, that may impact the foundation of marriage. This lesson helps couples walk away with a practical hand on approach to creating equality, compassion and respect in the relationship. Couples learn how to create a team approach through the application of the Alpha Role PDF activity.
Lesson 4: Commitment
This lesson helps couples identify the puzzle pieces that make up a healthy loving marriage. Partners work to create individual mission statements lined with core values that resemble their ideal version of a healthy loving marriage. The host, Juan Santos, guides couples in creating a mutually agreed upon mission statement and core values. Couples focus on exploring and evaluating how the mission statement and core values support the foundation to a healthy loving marriage.
As a result of Lesson 4, you will learn how to:
Couples will learn how to create a mutually agreed upon mission statement and core values that highlights the components to a healthy lasting marriage. Couples learn how to identify action orientated examples and experiences that enforce the mission statement and its core values. This lesson aims to create a blueprint that couples can follow and stick to.
The course provides the following relationship building activities:
Couples learn how to build the healthy habit of appreciation. This activity aims to build a sustainable habit that nourishes the marriage. Couples learn why and how to appreciate each other in a manner that highlights intimacy, connection and love.
Weekly Check-In Activity:
Couples learn how to reset and reconnect through the practice of the Weekly Check-in. This activity teaches empathy, understanding, commitment and consistency. Couples learn how to implement and utilize a connective activity in a manner that is sustainable and consistent through marriage. The activity highlights problem solving, conflict resolution, boundaries, and communication.
Love Language Activity:
Learn how to love your partner and yourself. This activity teaches couples how to show love in a manner that highlights their partners love language. The activity provides education and a practical action orientated approach to loving each other in a manner that resonates the love language.
This activity provides the opportunity to strengthen your relationship and build the foundation to a healthy and successful marriage.
Code Word Activity:
Every successful relationship needs a code word that screams compassion and respect. A code word helps couples gain control over their emotions and practice empathy versus hurting each other.
Alpha Role Activity:
This activity is aimed to help couples create a foundation of balance, consistency, respect and commitment. The activity highlights the impact of chores, tasks, and responsibilities on marriage.