When should people begin preparing for successful marriage? 2-3 weeks before they start speaking to shadchanim? When they are ready to start thinking about thinking about shidduchim? Actually, way before that.
The skills and mindsets and understandings of what makes for a successful marriage relationships should be totally integrated and solidified by the time they begin to think about thinking about shidduchim.
That is several YEARS before actually beginning shidduchim. Actually, the same skills and mindsets for successful marriage are valuable for all relationships.
Adai Ad presents a workshop for mothers of 12th grade girls. It’s Never too Early: What you ought to be doing now to help your (just about adult) daughter be best prepared for Shidduchim and marriage – way in the future.
Why now and not as Shidduchim becomes more of a reality? Many of the tools and mindsets that we will discuss need time to really integrate into your, and daughter’s way, of thinking, speaking and being. AND, much of this is really relevant to her year in seminary.
· communication with adult children (what to say, what not to say)
· helping your daughter to trust her gut
· empowering your daughter to navigate through more difficult conversations
· helping your daughter to become very self aware and comfortable with herself
Presented by Miriam Gross, MA, LMFT (from Crown Heights)
Wednesday March 16 8:15 PM
Location: Central Crown Heights. Exact location to be shared after you register.
As this type of discussion is best done in small groups, we ask that you pre-register here or by emailing [email protected] First come, first served. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email with the location. You can send in questions to [email protected]