Don’t be embarrassed to go for couples therapy
A relationship goes through numerous phases during its life cycle, and it is obvious for it to have a few rough patches. However, the strength of a relationship is reflected in how the couples deal with those rough patches, and move ahead. Modern lifestyles and thinking has changed the pattern of thinking of people in respect to relationships. This has turned the statistics for divorce and marriage in the last couple of decades, upside down. However, while divorce and separation is necessary in many cases to avoid further troubles and emotional distress, if the problems are not only circumstantial, but also irrecoverable and irreversible, this is not the case for all relationships experiencing difficulties.
Love should be given a chance, and there are relationships that can be saved, if only the people involved take that first step and make that last ditch effort to save their relationship. This is where couples therapy comes in. My approach towards couples therapy is oriented not only towards solving the problems the couple is facing with each other, but to revive the feeling of love and affection they have towards each other, which even though might have been buried deep within, can still be very much present.
Whether it is the issue of communication in the relationship or problems related to infidelity, counselling can help in dealing with these issues. These problems can be solved and overpowered over a period of time, and I help my clients to understand and believe in that. The help of a third and neutral perspective, can help bring clarity into the relationship by clearly defining the mistakes each made which in turn, deepened the hole in the relationship.