Engaged couples can be pretty agreeable, but as the married years go by, it is a fact that if all the women who wanted to attend our offerings could get their husbands to attend, we would have to hire a ton more people to keep up with the demand there would be.
But, that’s not the case. Sometimes it’s the “woman” in the relationship, but more often than not, it’s the man who won’t attend.
I say all that to bring up this point to any man who won’t participate in some type of marriage education; how would you like to escape a stroke?
Yes, that’s right!
Marriage education through the years can be a great tool to keeping you in a satisfying and yes, happy marriage. A happy marriage may help guard men against fatal strokes according to a study by Uri Goldbourt at Tel Aviv University’s Neufeld Cardiac Research Institute.
Men in an unhappy marriage had a 64% higher risk of a fatal stroke than those who reported being in a happy marriage.
Married men overall had a lower risk of fatal strokes than single men.
The study was presented in February at the American Stoke Association and is based on data from 10,000 men surveyed about their happiness levels and marital status, beginning in 1963 and then 34 years later. It measured only fatal strokes, not those in which men survived.
The bottom line is; wedded bliss can lower the risk of strokes.
So, men, if you are resisting marriage education, why not do it for your health…your physical health and the health of your marriage!