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3D/2N HONEYMOON PACKAGE AT PERHENTIAN ISLAND HELP TROUBLED MARRIAGE

By • Apr 13th, 2010 • Category: ! Product News
3D2N HONEYMOON PACKAGE AT PERHENTIAN ISLAND HELP TROUBLED MARRIAGE
 
3D/2N HONEYMOON PACKAGE AT PERHENTIAN ISLAND HELP TROUBLED MARRIAGE
 
Imagine a most romantic walks with your lovely wife along serene beaches of Pulau Perhentian to building sand castles together. This is a best way to safe a broken marriage and preventing devorce. Terengganu move a step ahead to  help troubled couple to sit together and solve their family matters with consultation from marriage counsellors in a island escapade to contain them in a peaceful ambience, and that case been proven succesful.
Honeymoon package for all
KUALA TERENGGANU: The “second honeymoon package” for couples in troubled marriages will now be extended to all Malaysians.
 
The Terengganu government initiated the honeymoon package to help reconcile four couples who were on the brink of separation.
 
After a holiday at Pulau Perhentian, the couples were happy together again.
 
The success story has now promp-ted the state government to open the package to others.
 
State Welfare, Community De-velopment and Women Affairs committee chairman Ashaari Idris said the 3D/2N package will be launched next week.
 
“We will be using the same module used during the trial period to help couples from other parts of the country,” he told The Star yesterday.
 
Ashaari said that during the trial run, three approaches were used, ranging from romantic walks along serene beaches of Pulau Perhentian to building sand castles together.
 
He said there were marriage counsellors to provide tips on how to enhance relationships.
 
“After that, the couples were left alone. We also have the right accommodation to help couples to become intimate again,” he said.
 
He said the participants, mostly married for more than a decade, admitted that they felt like newly-weds after attending the package and wanted to sign up for another package.
 
Ashaari said he would invite three local journalists to evaluate and give feedback about the package when it was launched.
 
“In future, we plan to open the package to foreigners. We are not emphasising religious values but we want to prevent marriages from breaking up,” he said, adding that a minimum charge will be im-posed on couples from outside the state.
 
Ashaari said he will see if the package could include a solution to tackle nagging wives.
 
The nagging wives issue cropped up recently when the State Religious Department claimed that it was one of the contributing factors of separation among elderly couples.
 
-thestar By R.S.N. MURALI-

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