If You Think a Happy Ending is Only Found in Fairy Tales, Think Again, says National Institute of Marriage -- The ER for Couples in Crisis
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HOLLISTER, Mo., Sept. 22 /Christian Newswire/ -- Marriages in America are in crisis in massive proportions. Millions of couples are confused and hurting and don’t know where to turn. Statistics show that traditional marriage counseling fails nearly half of the time. So where can couples go to get the help they so desperately need?
Enter The National Institute of Marriage--the ER for couples in crisis. Located in Branson, Missouri, the National Institute of Marriage is passionate about helping couples not just endure, but thrive in their marriage.
“The National Institute of Marriage proves to be an effective tool for couples in crisis,” says co-president and director Dr. Robert S. Paul. “We are succeeding where traditional marriage counseling has failed largely due to our unique 4 Day Intensive Program.
“This multi-day session consists of two marriage experts working with five couples in a totally safe and secure environment,” continues Dr. Paul. “Our experts are in the trenches with couples every week developing methods of counseling that actually work.”
The team of counselors has served more than 1,000 couples over the past five years with 98% of all past participants indicating that the Intensive Program has made a positive difference for them personally.
As NIM’s team of marriage experts guides each couple through past hurt revealing barriers in their marriage, they help walls of frustration and anger to crumble. For many couples, this program acts as a relational toolkit; giving them the resources and help they need to thrive in their marriage.
“We had tried almost everything to save our marriage that was dying,” said one couple who recently completed the Intensive Program. “We both wanted to make it work, but everything we tried failed. This process has changed our relationship and our love and commitment for each other and our marriage.”
From lost and hopeless to strengthened and encouraged, marriages are being renewed and restored weekly at the National Institute of Marriage.
“This setting allows our counselors to offer real life, practical tools and skills that bring healing and restoration to broken marriages,” concludes Dr. Paul. “We help couples break through barriers and enable them to truly experience the marriage of their dreams.”
For more information about the 4 Day Intensive Program contact The National Institute of Marriage, located at 250 Lakewood Drive, Hollister Missouri 866-875-2915 or visit us online at www.nationalmarriage.com