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Marriage Education: Tips and Resources

Thursday, June 24, 2010; 2:22 PM

Interested in taking a marriage education course? Find out where to turn for help, what you'll learn, how to share your own tips and how to get your questions answered.

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Where to Turn

Here are a few of the organizations that offer workshops in the Washington-metro area:

Marriage Savers, www.marriagesavers.org, 301-469-5873

PAIRS Virginia, www.pairsvirginia.com, 703-476-5644

Relationship Enhancement, www.nire.org, 301-986-1479

Wedded Bliss Foundation, www.weddedblissinc.com, 202-544-1936

PREP, www.prepinc.om, 800-366-0166

Retrouvaille (a program with roots in the Catholic Church), www.retrouvaille.org, 800-470-2230

For a full directory of resources in other areas, visit www.smartmarriages.com

What You'll Learn

Diane Sollee, founder of Smart Marriages, an organization that promotes marriage education, outlines some points couples could expect to learn at workshops.

Share Your Tips

Think you know what makes a successful marriage? Share your tips and experiences on our message board.

Ask the Experts

Join Diane Sollee and Post reporter Ellen McCarthy on Monday, 28, for a live discussion about marriage education.

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