Great Health Guide - - RELATIONSHIPS - Dr Matthew An­der­son has a Doc­tor of Min­istry spe­cial­is­ing in coun­selling. He has ex­ten­sive train­ing and ex­pe­ri­ence in Gestalt and Jun­gian Psy­chol­ogy and has helped many peo­ple suc­cess­fully nav­i­gate re­la­tion­ship is­sues. Dr An­der­son has a best-sell­ing book,

1. Read books and watch videos.

Book stores and the in­ter­net are filled with ex­cel­lent mar­riage ed­u­ca­tion ma­te­ri­als. You can be­gin with a sim­ple Google search for ‘mar­riage ed­u­ca­tion’. Great re­sources will show up im­me­di­ately. Re­mem­ber to check out my book,The Res­ur­rec­tion of Ro­mance: How to cre­ate a world class ro­man­tic re­la­tion­ship that lasts a life­time. It is filled with prac­ti­cal sug­ges­tion.

2. At­tend sem­i­nars and work­shops.

You can Google th­ese also and ev­ery­thing in your area will ap­pear. One week­end can make a tremen­dous dif­fer­ence. A week is even bet­ter. You will learn use­ful skills and you will also meet other cou­ples who are work­ing on their re­la­tion­ship.

3. See a pro­fes­sional.

Most cou­ples wait too long be­fore they see a pro­fes­sional cou­ples’ ther­a­pist or coach. Pre­ven­tion is what works best. Fi­nally, de­cide with your part­ner that your re­la­tion­ship de­serves reg­u­lar care. Get a great ed­u­ca­tion and your in­vest­ment will pay off for a life­time of love to­gether.

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