Premarital counseling is a type of therapy that helps couples prepare for marriage. Premarital counseling an help ensure that you and your partner have a strong , healthy relationship, giving you a better chance for a stable and satisfying marriage. Premarital counseling can also help you identify weaknesses that could become problems during marriage.

Premarital counsellings help in making it better by learning skills to overcome from weakness and travel towards a better relationship


  • How will we handle conflict?
  • What are our zero-tolerance hot buttons (eg: financial dishonesty, infidelity, drinking too much, gambling ?) What are the repercussions of these missteps?


  • What is our current financial situation, including our total debt savings and retirement funds?
  • How big of an emergency fund do we need to live well if one of us is out of work, or if we have an unexpected expense?


  • When do we want to have kids?
  • How many kids do we plan to have?
  • If for some reason, we can’t have children, will we consider adoption?

Household Duties

  • Who will be responsible for which household chores?
  • Can we revisit our jo division list in a few months, if either of us is unhappy with the balance of effort needed?

Social Life

  • How often will we spend time with our friends? Will we keep our regular Friday night happy hour plans with them or adjust to once a month or so to give us more time together as a couple?
  • How will we deal with each other’s friends we don’t like very much?


  • What are our career goals (eg. Getting a second job or travelling more) and what will it take for us to reach them?
  • Do either of us plan to change careers, and if so, how will we adjust our lifestyle and budget to allow for a potentially lower household income?


  • Are we happy with our current lovemaking schedule, or do either of us want more?
  • If we’re not having so much sex as we would like, is it a matter of time or energy? And what can we do to remedy those barriers?


  • What are our independently-held or shared religious beliefs?
  • Would we like to re-connect to a religious or spiritual community?

Family Involvement

  • How often will we visit our parents on a regular basis? Every weekend, or once in a while?
  • How will we divide the holidays fairly between our parents?

Choose A Spouse

  • Anyone can get married. However, the goal should not only be to marry- but to marry the right person.