Relationship problems are extremely stressful for most people. Some couples separate or divorce after long distress. Some couples distressed about their relationships look for therapy hoping that therapy can rescue them from misery. As a matter of fact, these couples have good potential to restore their partnership. There are several initial steps couples need… Read More When couples fail to connect.
Sex May Be at the Core of Many Problems That Makes Couples Feel Disconnected. Couples may feel disconnected in many ways. Sex is a salient example. Research and statistics show that couples with no sex in their relationship usually are not very long-lasting. Sex may be at the core of many problems couples face,… Read More Sex May Be at the Core of Many Problems
Are you open and honest about your past and present? Are you sharing your goals for the future with your partner? Or are you expecting that your partner will fix your problems and compensate for your shortcomings—perhaps without disclosing these expectations to him or her? If so, you could be setting yourself up for… Read More How to create a trust in your relationship from the early stage. Pre-marital counseling tips
There are a lot of bumps on the road of marriage. Leo Tolstoy opened his novel Anna Karenina with the phrase that became the famous marriage quote: “All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” The most fairy tales end, “and they lived happily ever… Read More Why do marriages often fail?
A number of factors affect therapy outcomes, including Willingness to change; the extent of relationship problems, and the clients’ readiness to apply techniques learned during the sessions. While marriage therapy may work well for one couple, other couples may not experience such good results. Nonetheless, the following statistics can help to determine whether or… Read More Does couples therapy work?