Therapists specialising in Relationship / Marriage Issues

Relationship / Marriage Issues

Fights and conflict are sometimes part of all relationships and are commonly seen marriage issues. However if conflicts within your relationship are undermining your health and wellbeing then seek may need to seek help. Communication issues are the most common causes of relationship issues.  Seeing a trained therapist with your partner may assist with building strategies to improve your communication as well as helping work through particular issues such as anger, infidelity, money and sex.

Marriage counselling may assist you and your partner with making a mutual decision to divorce. Qualifies therapists can help with premarital counselling which may help individuals within working out any crucial differences between their expectations and to form realistic ideas for their marriage.

Marriage Issues of conflict, dispute and past grievances

Often couples may find their relationships being confronted by the same argument. Often one partner sees these recurring arguments as being nagged by their loved one. It is crucial to get to the bottom of these recurring issues as with time they can worsen or seriously damage the relationship.

Often couples find it difficult to know who started an argument and often disagreements can become hostile disputes and lead to fierce arguments. Often partners will raise past grievances as weapons during an argument which can cause hostility. These muddled and complicated emotional situations can lead partners and the couple to feel overwhelmed by despair, hopelessness and a sense that the relationship is ruined and over. A trained therapist can assist couple to be less emotionally reactive in order to remain objective and recognise the part they are playing.

Separation or divorce counselling

Divorce counselling, separation counselling, allows a couple to consider their relationship with some perspective and without any pressure. This perspective offers space for the couple for look at the unhappiness they feel as a couple. At this stage partners may wish for reconciliation or to save the relationship. Counselling gives this opportunity for partners to better understand reasons for the relationship not working happily. Divorce is a difficult decision and counselling helps partners to identify some problems with a trained therapist mediating the process. A partner may be hesitant about taking the step to divorce and it is important to investigate the reason for this. For couples discussing their issues can be difficult and may lead to raising of past grievances, blame and anger.

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