Love or Marriage ...
or Both?

"Today everything, even Love and Marriage, are disposable," writes Rhonda Rabow, M.A., a Montreal - based Marriage and Family Counselor, in her new ebook, Discover the 3 Secrets to Living Happily Ever After.

"When things start to fall apart, doesn’t it make sense to simply walk out and start all over with someone new?" writes Ms. Rabow.

"Yes, and no. The problem is, you take yourself with you wherever you go.

"The challenges you experience with your new partner may not be the same ones, but eventually you’ll come to realize that every relationship is bound to have them.

"Challenges are part of the human experience.

"They serve as 'grist for the mill,' giving us opportunities to grow and get to know ourselves better.

"Instead of running from the latest relationship crisis, why not deal with those issues NOW, so you won’t go through the same heartache all over again with yet another partner?"

Enjoy an excerpt of
Discover the 3 Secrets to Living Happily Ever After


Rhonda Rabow lives and works in Montreal, Canada. She has a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology, a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a Certificate in Intervention in Conjugal Violence, a Diploma in Family Life Education, and recently completed both the individual and couple therapy sessions offered through Imago Relationship Therapy Program.

Mrs. Rabow has worked for many years in social service organizations as well as employee assistant programs. She has spent over 25 years empowering individuals, couples and families through one-on-one counseling; facilitating support groups; teaching self-improvement courses; and delivering live presentations and radio interviews.

She is a member of the OACCPP Psychotherapist association in Ontario and is also a member of A.N.N. Naturopath association in Quebec. In her private practice, Mrs. Rabow consults with her clients in person and also by phone.

Mrs. Rabow was awarded the Shepell.fgi quarterly Gold Star Excellence Award in May 2009 in recognition of her important contribution to their network of counselling services.

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