Know your partner
An Inspiring relationship doesn’t happen by accident. It involves a lot of highly informed and carefully reasoned decisions. Commitment, and hard work are also vital to making a good relationship happen. As a marriage celebrant, social worker and pastor I have yet to meet a couple who did not have the best intentions of having a great relationship. Great intentions and hard work do not always make for a great marriage. One of the keys to having an inspiring relationship is in selecting the right person and the other is getting to know your partner deeply. The skill of choosing a marriage partner has often been treated as relatively unimportant in our society and a whole lot less complex than it actually is. And herein lies the secret of why marriage has often turned out so disappointingly for so many. It is so easy to attract the wrong person. Chemistry and attraction are mistaken for love. Being attracted to someone is largely an unconscious decision. Being in love and staying in love requires a conscious decision over and over and over again. Sometimes we need some perspective about whether the love we have for a person is going to endure before we walk down the aisle.
At the Tailrace Centre we are offering Couple Profiling.
Who benefits from Couple Profiling?
- Couples who are dating and thinking that maybe getting married is the next step
- Engaged Couples
- Married Couples who want to choose to understand each other more deeply
Cost: $90 per couple
The generation of the couple profile ( computer based ) 2 Hour session that provides you with a profile report. If couples are wanting to explore further we are offering a further 2 sessions for free. Qualification: All of our staff that are involved in being able to do this are qualified and have undergone training to administer the
profiling. They also have degrees in Pastoral work or social work. This is not a religious based programme although spirituality can be taken into consideration if the couple so desire. Here are some teaser questions to ask yourself to give you an idea of what the profiling is all about: