But did you know that approximately 33% of all Australian marriages are expected to end in divorce?*
And in 2010 alone, more than 50,000 Australians were granted a divorce.+
Those sorts of statistics are probably not what you are thinking about as you look forward to your wedding day and your married life together Instead, you are most likely choosing a ring, planning a party and selecting a honeymoon destination. But these are real statistics, statistics that are easy to avoid if you spend some time preparing yourself and your relationship for marriage.
This is where pre-marriage counselling with a qualified relationship counsellor or psychologist can be invaluable for your future together.
Click on the articles below to learn more about what Pre-Marriage Counselling is and how it can prepare you for a better and more successful marriage.
Pre-Marriage Counselling – An Overview
This article presents an overview of pre-marriage counselling and its value to engaged couples
Pre-Marriage Counselling – Common Issues
This article addresses the most common issues faced by engaged couples and newly weds.
Pre-Marriage Counselling – What Happens?
This article helps you to know how to prepare and what to expect when you come to a Pre-Marriage Counselling session.
Pre-Marriage Counselling – Why is it a Good Idea?
This article argues the benefits of Pre-Marriage Counselling and gives insight into its value.
Pre-Marriage Counselling – A Case-Study
Read about Warner and Melia’s experience of Pre-Marriage Counselling
Contact Associated Relationship & Marriage Counsellors Sydney for more information.
* Dr Shail Jain, Lifetime Marriage and Divorce Trends, ABS, 2007
+ Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2012 Census Data.