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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
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