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The Prevention and Relationship Education Programme (PREP) is an evidence-based marriage preparation programme for soon-to-wed or newlywed couples. It is based on over 40 years of research in the field of marital and family health and success.
Based on the PREP curriculum, these bite-sized marriage tips cover key relationship strategies, tools, and techniques to nurture a healthy marriage that on key topics of communication, conflict resolution and commitment.
According to overseas studies done previously, couples reported more positive interaction consistently, up to 5 years after completion of the programme. Locally, MSF’s evaluation study found that PREP has statistically significant positive effects on communication outcomes for couples in Singapore. Participants reported a 9% and 10% increase in communication skills for male and female spouses respectively, within 1 year of completing the programme.
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Tags: Commitment /Communication /Newlyweds
Unprepared and feeling inadequate in raising children, marital woes was breaking their marriage apart. The couple have sought professional marriage counselling and are working to mend the cracks in their marriage.
When your marriage falters, it is hard to turn it around, but with commitment, forgiveness and a willingness to change, it is possible to fall in love with your spouse again.
Being confined at home due to Covid-19 has taken a toll on some marriages. But maintaining marital harmony during this stressful time is possible if couples exercise patience and empathy and overcome the challenges as a team.
While conflicts in marriage are inevitable, effective communication is key to a happy and healthy relationship.