Newly Wedded or Couples who are married for less than 2 years

Increase Intimacy, Connection & Affection

Shift Conflict & Confrontation Back To Communication & Conversation


With so many stories of “happily ever after” inundating our culture, many of us have accepted the idea from a very young age that our primary goal in life is to find our perfect partner or soulmate, with our very own fairy-tale ending guaranteed to follow.

Thinking of finding a life partner and actually finding one are two different things. Later one requires self-modification, coming out of comfort zone, overcoming limitations, boosting confidence, and much more.

As a single person in the 25+ age group, you may have encountered various problems when trying to find a life partner. Whether it’s difficulty meeting the right person, fear of rejection, or the challenge of sharing a meaningful connection, the process of finding a partner can be daunting.

The first step is knowing yourself and understanding what you want in a partner and a relationship. Take your time to evaluate your own values, interests, and goals, and consider how they will fit with your potential partner. This will help you overcome your fears of finding your life partner.

I want to....

Make a stronger more powerful bond with my partner

Know how to deal with problems and pressures affecting marriage

Build up trust and love between me and my partner

Increase emotional and physical intimacy with my partner

Decrease the communication gap between me and my partner

Focus on making our relationship more meaningful

Bring that pre marriage spark back in our lives

Save our marriage in all terms