Being able to communicate with each other is probably the most important skill we all must develop in order to have relationships that work. Communication is the number one issue my clients cite as their reason for entering counseling and therapy with me. I have many tools to help you to develop this critical skill.
When the honeymoon is over, many couples part ways with varying degrees of loss. They may just be deciding to leave rather than learn how to stay! If this is a relationship worth having, isn’t it worth fighting for?
Have you considered meeting with a counselor or therapist online? Read on.
If you want good relationships, you must be checked in. Checking in means giving your important person the right message.
Damage has been done. Do you know how to repair? Read on.
Our modern culture sets marriage up for failure by creating unrealistic expectations. What are your expectations? How do you handle it if you are disappointed?
In your relationship with your partner, it is critical to the health and well being of both people that partners speak with respect, politeness, and yes, love. Even when people are arguing and times are tough, learning how to choose safe, respectful, loving and effective ways to communicate is critical.
Sometimes one person is reluctant to enter couples therapy because they aren’t sure they will remain in the relationship but they also aren’t sure they want to break up. Therapy can help move a couple out of that “stuck” place.
Better communication will improve your marriage. Here’s an important tip!
Counseling is a significant investment. Learn how to make the best use of it!