How about a course on relationships? Too often people gauge the quality of a relationship on the quality of sex-two completely different things!
Also, I hear alot about teens in abusive relationships seeing physical abuse as acceptable, or even less obvious, possessiveness to the point of excluding a healthy normal social life in favor of a jealous and demanding partner.
With the current divorce rate, people seem to need help on how to build and maintain meaningful closeness. Ask any couple who've been married for 40-50 years, and they will tell you that it hasn't been all stars and singing birds, but alot of sticking with it even through times of disagreement, boredom, health problems, and money problems. those who stick it out by choice (not because they feel entrapped) describe a richness in the relationship that can't be developed without the difficult times. I think they find it worth the trouble.
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