When our two sons were in preschool, I would often ask them about their day. Their responses were not dissimilar to those you might expect; “good,” and “boring” were quite common, and on a particularly interesting day it might even extend to “fun”.
Like most people, our current work arrangements have been changed due to the impact of the pandemic and Covid in our lives as well as services we provide. Due to the fact face to face sessions could not take place we needed to take action quickly. Marriage & Relationship Education was no different, and I found out the hard and fast way.
I feel privileged to have been asked to write for Tuesday with Teresa. As I have worked in the area of Marriage and Relationship Education for 20 years, I am keen to focus my article on one of the topics we cover with couples when preparing for or enriching marriage.