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NewlyWeds Support Group

NewlyWeds Support Group

It will help your marriage solve these common circumstances with a specialized therapist.

The first year of marriage is full of changes and adjustments as you and your partner adapt to your new roles. Yet how you handle this period of adjustment is crucial to the longevity of your marriage.

A decline in love, affection, and responsiveness and an increase in ambivalence within the first two years of marriage can be a predictor for divorce after 13 years.1 That's according to a 2009 study on the predictors of marital satisfaction and stressors by Ted Huston, Ph.D., of the University of Texas at Austin.

More recent research shows that newlyweds may be more prone to dissatisfaction due to unrealistic expectations or the level of what they experience versus what they expected in terms of marriage. Common unexpected adjustments include:
The "little things"
Competing loyalties
Serious responsibilities
Relationship roles
Our support group helps your marriage solve these common circumstances with a specialized therapist.


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We are currently sold out, but next dates will start soon.

If you are interested to join our support group. Please, feel free

to join our waiting list.

The client acknowledges that support groups DO NOT involve the diagnosis or treatment
of mental disorders as defined by the American Psychiatric Association and that support
groups are not to be used as a substitute for counseling, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis,
mental health care, substance abuse treatment, or other professional advice by legal,
medical or other qualified professionals and that it is the clients’ exclusive responsibility
to seek such independent professional guidance as needed. If the client is currently under the
care of a mental health professional, it is recommended that the client promptly inform
the mental health care provider if the nature and extent of the support group relationship.

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