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How the Growth Mindset Works in Marriage
Episode 820th October 2022 • Connect2 • Focus on the Family Singapore
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How do we handle weaknesses in our lives and in our marriage? And is it possible to convert these weaknesses to strengths instead?

Frankie and Tina, parents to 3 boys and married for over 20 years, share with us their insights and tips on how it is possible to do so. Tune in to this podcast on How the Growth Mindset Works in Marriage through Communication and Conflict series.

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You can help to sow good seeds into marriages by sharing about the upcoming Connect2 Marriage Preparation group workshop with your friends and relatives. Couples can enjoy journeying closely with husband-and-wife team and long-time marriage trainers, Jason and Shelen Ang, across 3 sessions.                                                                                                

At this workshop, couples who are still dating or engaged, or even newlyweds can learn to:

  • Understand what love, marriage and your vows symbolize
  • Identify each other's differences and love languages
  • Manage healthy conflict and have a good grasp on their family finances
  • Understand sexual intimacy, the importance of romance and family planning
  • Learn how to manage expectations from their spouse, children, in-laws while balancing work-life


Build a strong foundation for marriage at Connect2 Marriage Preparation Group Workshop

Thursdays, 10 & 17 November 2022 | Online Sessions

Saturday, 26 November 2022 | Onsite Session

Find out more at www.family.org.sg/C2MarriagePrep

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