Lan­guage of love taught on course

Matamata Chronicle - - News -

Stephen and Kar­menne Preb­ble un­der­stand the lan­guage of love and they want to teach other mar­ried couples in Mata­mata to do the same.

Mr and Mrs Preb­ble will be fa­cil­i­ta­tors at The Mar­riage Course which will take place at the All Saints Church hall.

The course be­gins on Wed­nes­day, May 4 and is made up of seven dif­fer­ent ses­sions.

Cre­ated by Nicky and Sila Lee, the aim of The Mar­riage Course is to help couples grow closer and build a healthy re­la­tion­ship that will last a life­time.

Over the seven ses­sions, the couples learn prac­ti­cal tools to help them in­vest time in their mar­riage, heal ways they have hurt each other, dis­cover how their part­ner feels loved and much more.

Mr and Mrs Lee are the pre­sen­ters on a se­ries of DVDs that are shown to couples who at­tend the cour­ses.

A free dessert will be dished up at each session and Mr Preb­ble said this cre­ated a feel­ing of be­ing on a date for the cou­ple.

‘‘ We want to form an at­mos­phere of in­ti­macy,’’ Mr Preb­ble said. ‘‘ It is im­por­tant for couples to spend time to­gether. It rekin­dles the flame and en­cour­ages new be­hav­iour.’’

Num­bers are lim­ited so for more in­for­ma­tion about The Mar­riage Course in­clud­ing prices, please phone Mr or Mrs Preb­ble on 888 6996.

Love lan­guage: Stephen and Kar­menne Preb­ble and their daugh­ter Daisy.

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