TMF marriage counselors are the very best. Most hold a professional license but turned away from traditional therapies after being exposed to our unique principles, methods, and processes. They have been fully trained in our founder’s teachings.
We can and will tell you if any of our free or affordable offerings can help you. In some cases we will answer in-depth while in other cases we will simply steer you in what we believe is the right direction. Our systems do not just save marriages but completely revitalize them. We will do our best for you.
Our marriage counselors are veterans who can guide your next step. We do not utilize traditional methods. Our offerings range from free educational videos and articles to affordable guided self-help courses. Naturally, we prefer stronger “medicine” because we don’t believe in wasting time when marriages need help getting on the right path.
The course for women is guaranteed to produce the real results of happiness and love that we all signed up for when we got married, not just temporary fixes by using various “strategies” or “cool” ideas. You may wish to sign up for a 3-day free trial (of the same course) now and see for yourself.
The men’s course is going to work. It is guaranteed to produce the real results of happiness and love that we all signed up for when we got married, not just temporary fixes by using various “strategies” or “cool” ideas. You may wish to sign up for a 3-day free trial (of the same course) now and see for yourself.
Again and again we hear from clients, marriage counselors, and clergy that the principles taught by The Marriage Foundation are revolutionary because they unravel the so-called “mysteries of marriage” and reduce everything to practical do’s and don’ts.
BTC is similar but deeper than Lessons for a Happy Marriage and we still recommend one of the courses when your marriage is on a steep slide toward separation and divorce.
If you are not sure if our course will help you tell us the short version and you will get a REAL answer.
Keep your question as brief as you can. You don’t need to tell us about your past traumas, childhood(s), or share long backstories. If we need more info, we will let you know.
1. Be respectful of our counselors.
You will be answered by a volunteer whose time is valuable. Think through what you want to know so your question is short, backstories are rarely helpful.
2. If you have an idea about what you should do, let them know.
That will tell us a lot and help us fashion a more useful answer.
3. We are here mostly to guide “next steps” not have a session with you.
You may be guided to a free or affordable resource offered with love and concern for you and your marriage, as a whole