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Healthy, Wealthy, and Hot Marriage program

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Healthy, Wealthy, and Hot Marriage program

Time: March 13, 2010 at 9am to March 14, 2010 at 4pm
Location: Gaston Memorial Hospital
Street: 2525 Court Dr
City/Town: Gastonia
Website or Map: http://www.firstthingsgaston.…
Phone: 704-867-4495
Event Type: marriage, retreat, weekend
Organized By: Cheryl Harden, Executive Director - First Things First of Gaston County
Latest Activity: Dec 11, 2015

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Healthy, Wealthy and Hot is a program for caring couples who want to keep their marriage loving, passionate, and filled with romance.

In this engaging, fun, and highly interactive program you'll be introduced to concepts, skills, and techniques to:

Deal with large and small conflicts in your marriage,
Communicate effectively,
Feel truly loved by your spouse,
Understand the rules of money and how they apply to your relationship,
Deal with kids and their effect on your marriage,
Stop taking each other for granted,
Deal effectively with intimacy in your marriage,
Build an action plan for a great marriage.

You should attend if:
- You've been married for awhile and you feel like you're drifting apart from your spouse,
- You're engaged or recently married and looking for simple and practical ways to keep your marriage healthy, happy, and fun,
- You're happily married and want to keep the passion in your marriage,
- You're single and considering a committed relationship.

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Comment by Kevin Decker on March 5, 2010 at 1:55pm
Just a week left until this program. Looking forward to a fun weekend working with couples that want to improve their marriages. Sign up online now.


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