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You’ve probably asked yourself these questions and have a million more swirling around your head. Our Premarital Conversations Podcast is where you’ll get the education you need to tackle tough and confusing relationship struggles in an open, compassionate and thoughtful manner and prepare for a long-lasting, healthy marriage. 

Premarital Conversations podcast

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How do we communicate when we want to argue?

What do we need to know before the wedding day?

How do we continue to strengthen our emotional bond, even when times get tough?

Love and emotional, mental and physical intimacy

Spiritual wellness, emotional intelligence and mental health 

Communication and conflict resolution 

Creating healthy friendship, family and social relationships 

Money and finance

Sexuality, desire and more

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Listen to the Latest Episodes

In this episode, Amaris discusses a well known theory about love and challenges you to reflect on your own love theory, and your plan for your love to withstand the tests of time. 

episode 001: Love Theory 

episode 000: introduction

In this episode Amaris introduces herself and the podcast, and speaks on how Premarital Conversations may help you prepare for a healthy, long lasting marriage relationship. 

In this episode, Amaris shares 3 things every individual needs to help develop and thrive in a committed relationship. 

episode 004: 3 Things Needed for a Healthy Relationship

episode 003: Sex and Relationships

Sexual health is a part of you and marriage. Join Amaris Watson Gale in a conversation about sex and relationships, a common sexual health issue and how sex therapy can help. 

If you want to get to know someone, you have to ask the right questions. In this episode Amaris shares 5 questions to ask to help you learn more about your boo (or potential boo). 

episode 006: Tell Me More

episode 005: Holiday Blues

Join therapists Amaris Watson Gale and Hermione Metayer in this conversation about seasonal depression, and coping with sadness and loss during this holiday season.


Content and the Premarital Conversations podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended as nor should be construed as mental health or premarital counseling and/or advice. By engaging in this content or corresponding with Amaris Watson Gale in any way, no therapist-client relationship is established and Amaris Watson Gale is in no way responsible for the outcome of your marriage, domestic partnership or relationship.