Prevent Divorce: Commit to the Right People
If you're considering re/marriage involving prior kids, go here.
Recently, millions of average U.S. mates have divorced psycho-logically or legally. One of five reasons is that unaware partners com-mit to the wrong people - a wounded mate with a dysfunctional fa-mily. Courtship neediness, desire, thrills, distortions, and "good be-havior" often mask or minimize these hazards - and prospective mates don't want to acknowledge them and what they mean: high odds of eventual divorce.
Few supporters - including friends, counselors, and clergy - are aware of these hazards or how to assess for them. Even if fiancÚs choose mates with minimal wounds and unawareness, their well-meaning false selves may cause them to commit at the wrong time, for the wrong reasons.
self-improvement Lessons 1 thru 4 here provide courting partners a way to assess whether they're making three wise long-term commitment choices for themselves and their families. To do this, their true Self must steadily guide their personality.