Advantages of staying in your marriage
- Companionship. Most humans are not solitary and crave companionship. Life is enhanced when experiences can be shared with another person who cares and shares your interests and concerns.
- Acceptance. Marriage is an accepted way for two people to show their commitment to each other. Most institutions—from governments to corporations—have policies that give concessions to married couples.
- Finances. There are often financial benefits associated with marriage. Taxes are often lower. Financial issues and legalities such as inheritance can be easier to sort out when a couple is married.
- Partnership. Marriage is about sharing burdens and responsibilities, and that can lead to less stress (financial or emotional). Raising a child, for example, is relatively easier for two parents than it is for one.
- The Family Unit. Marriage gives a child two parents, which can help a child to develop into a balanced and happy adult. Children have two different role models to look up to and twice as much potential support, emotionally and practically.
About your trainer….
Kay Leslie is a behavioural specialist who is qualified in Nero-linguistic Programming (NLP) practices. She is a qualified Moderator, Assessor and facilitator with over 19 years’ experience in the training arena. Having trained people into their best version of themselves in 4 countries – India, Japan, England and South Africa.
Kay is moved with compassion to see your marriage become the best it can be.
Additional course information
This workshop is based on the best practice behavioural methodologies to help you work through these challenges. This workshop is adapted from frameworks of several well-known male authors who have developed relationship frameworks from a male perspective. This workshop has been redesigned from a female perspective aimed at females.
We strive to ensure your personal empowerment as a key to a brighter future for you with better relationships. If you aren’t completely satisfied with the results of this workshop, we will put you onto the next course free of charge and provide you with a free coaching session to work on your stumbling blocks.
SOME STATS: African couples experienced the highest number of divorces in comparison to other population groups during the ten years (2008 to 2017). In 2017, 11 309 (44,5%) of the 25 390 divorces were from black African population group followed by white 6 048 (23,8%), coloured 4 517 (17,8%) and India/Asian 1 401 (5,5%).
Divorce in South Africa has an even more profound impact on: a)The emotional stress and strain that family members will endure b) The reduction in physical and mental wellbeing resulting from emotional stress c) How quickly and how effectively family members will be able to heal the emotional trauma so they can build a happy and successful new future.
Divorce can cost up to R20 000. “The cost mostly depends on the complexity of the divorce settlement agreement and the complexity surrounding the care and contact of any minor children,” says family law experts www.divorcelaws.co.za.