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Introducing the P/E Check-up assessment

Posted: February 1, 2017

Enrich Canada introduces a new assessment tool called P/E Check-up, which is a condensed version of the Prepare-Enrich program. This new assessment is perfect for when you have limited time with a couple or as a new tool to enable shortened follow-up assessments with couples you have worked with before. Click here to access a sample report. The cost of the P/E Check-up assessment is $35/couple. As facilitators, you do not require additional training to use P/E Check-up. To access this new assessment option for your couples, follow these instructions: Log in to your Facilitator account. Click-on the “Manage Couples” page....

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NEW: Health and Wellness Scale

Posted: November 23, 2016

In response to the growing public awareness about healthy living and wellness, we are excited to announce the new “Health and Wellness” scale, which has been added to the Prepare-Enrich assessment. This new scale is available to all couples regardless of age or relationship status (dating, married or engaged) and has been automatically added to each assessment. Example questions included in the scale: I feel confident that we will have a long and healthy life together. I wish my partner would take better care of himself/herself. We both feel it is important to have an active and healthy lifestyle. My...

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Madonna Takes Her Custody Battle Public

Posted: January 28, 2016

Madonna’s recent tweet has caused quite a stir. “It’s possible to be an entertainer and a good mother!!! Too bad we don’t live in a society where many encourage strong independent single working Moms! The next great Frontier ❤ #revolutionoflovecontinues #rebelheart4ever” Madonna is not the first person nor the last to attempt to sway the courts and public opinions in personal matters during times of conflict. And social media platforms have provided more opportunities to do just that. We see this public airing of grievances at times of relationship conflict as the latest challenge to relationships and relationship reconciliation. To...

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The “Cohabitate-or-Wait” Debate

Posted: June 26, 2015

It’s common to hear that young couples want to make sure their relationship is strong before they make the commitment of marriage. And while it’s admirable to take the institution of marriage seriously, many of these couples often test their relationship by cohabitating, or moving-in together. On the surface, this makes sense: It would be great if, before making any major purchase, you had the opportunity to try it first. And this is especially true when there may be something suspect about the car, or house, you’re looking at. Unfortunately, buying into a commitment like a marriage doesn’t work the...

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Dispelling Marriage Myths

Posted: June 19, 2015

We’ve all seen hoaxes get blown out of proportion, especially in the age of Facebook and Twitter. Breaking news of the death of a celebrity who’s very much alive, the danger of vaccinations, or that a tooth left in a glass of Coca-cola overnight will dissolve are all examples of nonsense fabrications that somehow became accepted as fact. The danger of these myths is when they’re allowed to run rampant without being held to any scientific rigor. They begin to shape our societal consciousness, and we eventually accept them as reality, when they’re anything but. There are also numerous spurious...

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