A Psychological Survival Guide to Your Wedding and Your Successful Marriage

Weddings are a symbolic ritual in all societies. Your wedding is significant not just for the day itself, but as a beginning of your marriage. Everyone agrees that wedding days are important to remember, and couples usually spare no expense to make it so.What will also be very memorable are the psychological moods and interactions between the wedding couple. The psychological mood of the wedding day can and should be planned. Avail yourself of information on these important issues.

  • Communicate, Communicate, Communicate
  • Basic Values: Similarities and Differences
  • Your Ideal Wedding: Her Ideal.....His Ideal
  • Who has more Power? Are you Sure?
  • Whose wedding is this anyway?
  • From Wedding Plans to Married Life

Elaine Rodino, Ph.D. a Licensed Psychologist with more than 25 years experience helping people with relationship issues. She has been quoted on couples issues by newspapers across the country as well as national magazines such as Bride’s, Bride Guide, Glamour and McCalls.

Dr. Rodino is currently on the Executive Board of the Central Pennsylvania Psychological Association, a fellow of the PA Psychological Association and the American Psychological Association (APA). She is a past president of the Divisions of Independent Practice and Media Psychology of APA, a Past-President of the Los Angeles County Psychological Association and Board member of the California Psychological Association.

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  1. Everyone knows how overwhelming planning a wedding can be, so what’s a bride-to-be to do? It’s much easier to learn what not to do, and let everything fall into place for a lovely, unforgettable wedding. This guide tells you what not to do with plenty of etiquette and money-saving tips.

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