About the Program
According to a 2018 report by the Ministry of External Affairs in the Government of India, 32 million people of Indian origin live outside India, and 42% are NRIs (Indian Citizens). While it is true that many Indian couples want to move abroad to pursue a career, education, passion, or a better lifestyle, it is also disheartening to learn from a recent Hindustan Times report that three out of every five NRI marriages in the US end in divorce within a year. And this could be the case with NRI couples in other countries too.
Moving abroad, according to studies, places numerous stresses on a marriage that can make or break the relationship. Living in a new country, learning the local language, adjusting to the weather, being away from family & friends, not having the usual comforts of one’s ‘home country’, feeling lonely & alone – the list goes on – all of these things add stress to one’s life as well as relationships. Amongst all the packing and planning that goes into moving abroad, many couples overlook preparing for one of the most significant changes: the one that their marriage goes through.
According to a study by social psychologist Mark Mendenhall and J. Stewart Black of the University of Michigan School of Business, “up to 40% of foreign assignments are cut short, many because the family fails to adjust to life abroad.” Even though many overseas employers conduct interviews with couples to determine their flexibility and adaptability to change and their ability to cope with culture shock, it is tough to discern how well a marriage will do overseas.
TLT did a study with over 300 NRI couples across the globe to understand the challenges they faced while staying away from their place of origin. A small percentage of these couples were born and raised in countries other than India. The study helped discover that regardless of the number of years they were away, when NRI couples experience a rough patch in their marriage, there are multi-fold hurdles they need to cross. The stigma attached to reaching out to a couples therapist, the accessibility to a therapist, and the affordability of couples therapy are the major ones. Even when a couple musters courage and break the barriers of the stigma and can afford a couples therapist, they face another BIG challenge – access to a couples therapist who can offer them culturally and contextually relevant support for them.
TLT’s NRI Couples Marriage Mentoring program is designed to help NRI couples address various presenting issues, including managing conflict, navigating loneliness, overcoming negative patterns & betrayal, and lessening situational violence. Through this program, NRI couples learn to strengthen their friendship, increase intimacy, regulate conflict, and gain access to easy-to-use tools to help them in the process. The program combines scientific research and psycho-education to improve the quality of marital life for NRI couples.
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What happens through the 12-weeks?
Set personalized objectives
Schedule program plan
Map relationship dynamics
Discover growth areas
Fun insightful exercises
Thrive As Your
Team Of Two
Simplify your relationship
What Other Participants Had to Say?
We could identify and address most of the issues in our marriage
We decided to stay and work on ourselves and our relationship
Flexible Payment Options
TO HELP EASE YOUR INVESTMENT IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP
How to Get Started?
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Frequently asked Questions
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These are the two prerequisites:
1. That you are in a committed relationship.
2. That you can converse in English.
This is a program designed for couples to work together to form their team-of-two, hence you and your partner’s willingness to put in the time and effort to better your relationship is essential!
Yes. We have found that the most effective way to develop a connection or heal a relationship is for both partners to be present.
This is a facilitator-led guided online mentoring program. The program is structured with 12 different sessions, one per week, each including individual conversations, conjoint conversations, and exercises to be performed as a couple.
This is an online program and the sessions are held via an online secured private virtual meeting room.
We are flexible for NRI couples between 7 AM and 11 PM IST. Sessions are scheduled at a mutually agreed upon time, Sundays and public holidays included.
Each online session with the mentor would last about an hour. Some of the exercises are done during the sessions, while some others are to be accomplished as a couple in between sessions at your comfort and time.
No. You can join the sessions from different locations too.
For you to get the best experience of this program, you must have a basic computer or mobile device and internet skills. You should be able to use a web browser, such as Chrome or Firefox, and keep it updated to the most recent version.
You can email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call us (9980082365) to reschedule your program start to a later date.
Cancellation request to the program registration should be sent via an email to email@example.com or via a call to 9980082365. Please read the Cancellation And Refund Policy included in the Terms of Service agreement for more details.