What price are you willing to pay for your relationship?
Which is cheaper:
1. Prevention or restoration?
2. Date night or marriage retreat?
3. Marriage retreat or marriage counseling?
4. Marriage counseling or divorce lawyer?
Are you proactive or reactive? Sadly, most people are reactive. They seek treatment to fix what has already happened. I tend to preach prevention. In reality, it’s far less expensive to prevent than to restore. However, prevention demands commitment and discipline. We do what’s important to us, but sometimes we wait too late to affect growth and change. Having a great relationship requires high maintenance. Nothing comes for free. What price are you willing to pay? Go here for some date night ideas or check out our upcoming couples retreat. Click here for a list of our marriage counselors.
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