How to Become a Marriage Counselor in BitLife

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BitLife Marriage Counselor

Love is in the air in BitLife, and although it isn’t Valentine’s Day, it’s still a day to celebrate. Why is that? Because a new BitLife weekend challenge, the Snake in the Grass Challenge, just arrived! The challenge asks you to become a male marriage counselor who causes divorces between your ex and their loved ones. If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to learn how to become a marriage counselor in BitLife.

How to Become a Marriage Counselor in BitLife

If you’re trying to finish a specific challenge, make sure you create a character whose gender matches the challenge description. Otherwise, you’re free to make your character and age up until they graduate high school. Since marriage counselors require a university degree, you’ll have to enroll and graduate from university first. Make sure you have high smarts, or else you risk getting denied entry.

Depending on where you live, you may get free tuition. However, if you don’t, you can either apply for a scholarship or pay out of pocket. If you have high smarts, you’re much more likely to get a scholarship.

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When you enter university, pick psychology as your major. While not required, it’ll help you narrow down your job searches later. Complete the four-year program before navigating the full-time job listings. Scroll through until you find Marriage Counselor. If you can’t find it, close and reopen the BitLife app before checking once more. Apply for the job and pass the interview to become a counselor.

BitLife is available on Android and iOS devices. If you’re interested in learning more about the game, check out How to Become a Foot Model and How to Increase Net Income in BitLife. To learn more about the weekend challenge, be sure to read our coverage of the Snake in the Grass Challenge.

About the Author

Madison Benson

Madison is a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.