P.I.C.K. A Partner
Premarital Interpersonal Choices & Knowledge
[How to Avoid Falling for a Jerk(ette)]
At one time or another, we have thought about that old saying, “LOVE IS BLIND.” It might be at that miserably mismatched wedding you attended; or when your best friend forgave his or her partner for the hundredth time for the same crime; or after your divorce, and looking back with analytical contemplation, you finally
saw the warning signals of the person you ended up marrying; Or, perhaps it occurred within the depths of your own soul when you had someone you love break your trust.
The accumulation of experiences like these lead you to wonder if you could ever… FOLLOW YOUR HEART WITHOUT LOSING YOUR MIND.
In other words, is there really any explanation for why love is blind? Do we have any hope for learning how to avoid marrying a jerk or jerkette (for this program is for BOTH males and females)? The answer is a resounding… YES!!!!
Much, if not all, of what a person will be like can be clearly predicted during dating. For your mind needs to know what to look for in order to shape an accurate profile of the person you are dating. And your heart needs to know how to keep proper balances between the bonding forces which form the attachment in your growing relationship. Too many people simply do not know WHAT to look for when dating. The second source of minimizing problems is an OVER-DEVELOPED attachment of the heart. In this case, too many people simply do not know HOW to keep a dating relationship in balance.
Based upon a thorough review of research pertaining to this subject, the P.I.C.K. Program EXHAUSTIVELY and HUMOROUSLY describes:
THE MAJOR AREAS THAT PREDICT WHAT A PERSON WILL BE LIKE IN MARRIAGE,
THE BONDING FORCES THAT MUST BE KEPT IN BALANCE AS A RELATIONSHIP GROWS.
This five hour program works through the dynamics that create attachment and the critical areas to explore in a premarital relationship