Choosing a spouse is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. Yet, on what points will you do it? Will you leave it to destiny? By chance perhaps? Will you settle for less than you want because you believe that what you want is not readily available?
Choosing the correct spouse is so vitally important, yet people often pay it less attention than choosing a home or a car. Given the high rate of divorce in the world, it seems clear that this method of choosing your life partner just is not working.
Join us as we discuss a new way of looking for the perfect spouse.
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New Life with Dr. Angela Chester
Dr. Angela Butts Chester, is a Professional Keynote Speaker, Author, and Pastoral Counselor. She is dedicated to empowering marriages and families. Being a family strategist, she shows others how to overcome circumstances and discover their unique plan. Her Life Balance and Success Coaching program is also available.
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New Life Pastoral Counseling (www.newlifepastoralcounseling.com) in Long Beach, CA., provides personalized, high-quality care for Individual and Couples of Gen X & Y/Millennials (Born: 1966-1994). Get help with marriage or relationships issues, Divorce Prevention and Recovery Counseling, Premarital Counseling, Anxiety and Depression Counseling. Christian, Secular and Interfaith clients accepted. Modern counseling for today's client.
Angela Chester International (www.angelachester.com) America's Pastoral Counselor, shares by coaching and speaking engagements for audiences through national and international media regarding family, relationships, marriage and day-to-day concerns.
As an established author with titles available on Amazon.com such as, Before You Tie The Knot - A Premarital Counseling Workbook for the DIY Couple, she also the host of I Do Radio and Modern Living with Dr. Angela.
Dr. Chester is a quoted expert in local and national print and broadcast media. Her comments have appeared on CNN, The Atlanta Post, The Man Registry and The Los Angeles Times, just to name a few.