Pre-Cana Online, Marriage Preparation Course Private App for Couples
#1 App for Couples
Profound Partnerships is a private and interactive preparation course web-app for pre-engaged or engaged couples to get to know each other and plan a life together.
This preparation course is an updated, advanced, and comprehensive version of the older pre-Cana courses. Included is a twelve-step program to develop Compassionate Communication by being more intimate, cooperative and trusting. Profound Partnerships also includes a module on Emotional and Physical Health, Mindful Meditation, and Positive Self-talk to help keep the brain and biology healthy.
Science is finally catching up with ancient biblical teachings. The practical applications of current brain science have been incorporated into the course because couples affect each other’s brain, emotions, and biology. With the use of fMRI imaging, the brain shows how positive thinking redirects blood-flow and grows neurons in positive directions.
In Romans Chapter 12, we are instructed to transform ourselves by renewing our mind. Did you know fMRI brain imaging demonstrates the benefits on the brain while performing prayer or meditation, and while exercising creativity, hopefulness, kindness, forgiveness, encouragement, and love, which all promote a healthier brain structure? When practiced together as a couple, a positive frame of mind will have a positive impact on your entire family.
Philippians Chapter 4 instructs us what to think about. Think of what is good, right, worthy of praise, excellent, lovely and of good reputation. It also instructs us not to worry or be anxious for any reason. Science demonstrates the toxic effect of worry by showing how stress hormones degrade cell structure. The brain is not equipped to sustain long-term stress or it starts to affect any of the organs or systems of our body.
You will find many exercises throughout the course that will help you both develop a healthy mindset.
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Our Story of Taking a Marriage Preparation Course:
My boyfriend and I had been dating for six years when I realized that parts of him were still a mystery to me. We spent so much time having fun and going on adventures that six years had flown by without some of the deep, intimate talks that all couples should have.
One day, I said to him, “We have been having so much fun together over the years, but when it comes right down to it, I really don’t know very much about you.” He replied, “What are you going to do about it?” I said, “I’m not sure right now but I’m going to find an answer.” ...
“The conversations about validation and compassionate communication in particular were very important.
We’ll be striving to improve our verbal support of each other when we’re upset, because that’s been the root of our big conflicts.”
“I was surprised by how well we both took to the material.
For me, it was very rewarding to see how he took the initiative to try to understand where I was coming from in my communication style and what he could do to help me feel validated when upset, which was something we’d struggled with before.”
“Our discussion, particularly around the questions of God and the place of religion/spirituality in our relationship, was huge for me.