This program is also helpful for people about to tie the knot or for newlyweds. Understanding the compatibility between two people & how to tackle the strain that comes in it along with time is what this program emphasises on.
Love needs more than just physical comfort and intimacy. It needs creativity and hard work.
We are all broken somewhere. This wonderful relationship of love and marriage makes two broken pieces complete through acceptance, consistent guidance, and LOVE.
Lovers are in charge – not of the world, but of themselves. Lovers believe, events may devour them, but they will remain peaceful. They believe it is all worth it. They believe, winning in life takes more than just patience, brains, and success – it takes love.
Love neither searches for agreement nor quarrels with those who do not believe. It does not seek victory. Love can handle dislike, even ridicule; but it never seeks pity.
In love, actions are never like depositing soiled diapers into a bin or pail. It is always like offering flowers to the almighty. The flowers may never be taken. Nonetheless, you feel happier.
We discuss these in detail in ‘Made for Each Other’ and guide people on ways to improve a marriage.
Have you ever observed this? In a marriage when one person begins to change, the other, almost as if an automated response, begins to change too.
Someone once said, “Broken pieces of people are not all that bad. A key is broken in all the right places to fit a certain lock. When that key is placed in that lock, there is a quiet click. When we meet a person who is broken in the right places to accommodate our broken pieces,
there is a click. Allow us to help you make that click happen.
This program will offer you incidents, Insights, observations & real-life examples that will help you in making that click happen.
This program with its contents will guide, educate, inspire, and excite you. Conducted over a duration of 2 full days, Made for Each other will help you in improving your marriage or guide you to make your marriage an inspiration.
Game ON? Let us start with ‘Love all’.