I frequently get letters from readers who are concerned about their friends or family members being engaged to the wrong people. In columns like “I Hate My Sister’s New Fiancé,” “I Refuse to Pay for My Daughter’s Wedding to Her Horrible Fiancé,” and “My Parents Don’t Want Me to Marry My Fiancé,” we see how tense and nerve-wracking an engagement and subsequent wedding planning can be when loved ones aren’t on board with the marriage. If YOU happen to be someone who isn’t thrilled with the partner your family member or close friend has chosen to marry, then casting directors from a brand new docu-series called “Help Save the Day” want to hear from you.
Think of this as your chance to save your loved one from a miserable marriage. You have the chance to “speak now or forever hold your peace” before the wedding takes place. Producers will provide relationship experts to help the couple realize their mistake in time and to make the process of stopping the wedding as smooth as possible. The goals are for your loved one to understand the issues that stand in the way of a successful marriage and for you to feel that you’ve helped them avoid a humongous life crisis. You’ll earn a $2,500 finder’s fee for referring a candidate who appears on the show, and your loved one can earn up to $5,000 and reap the benefit of potentially being saved from making a disastrous mistake. To apply, visit www.helpsavetheday.com.
I, for one, can’t wait to see the potential drama unfold on TV. Will disastrous marriages be avoided? What will happen to the relationships among friends and family members? Will any couples survive with their unions even stronger?
This post is sponsored by the producers of “Help Save the Day.”