Loving Couple

Couples Therapy

Possible relationship issues that we deal with could be
  • Communication difficulties

  • Frequent arguments

  • Feeling disconnected or drifting apart

  • Different expectations or values

  • Infidelity or affairs

  • Financial stress or career pressures

  • Conflict about drug or alcohol use

  • Conflict about children or extended family

  • Loss of desire or mismatched sexual needs

  • Lack of intimacy

  • Disagreements about parenting style

  • Unfulfilled emotional needs, feeling neglected or hurt

  • Insecurity, trust issues, and jealousy

 

FAQ

  • Are you scared that your relationship is beyond help?

  • Do you wonder ‘does marriage counselling work?’

  • Do you find yourself caught up in behaviour you find unacceptable?

  • Are you with a controlling husband or a controlling wife?

  • Are you struggling to come to terms with a significant life change?

  • Do you know what you ‘should’ be doing but struggle to do it?

  • Are you regularly saying or thinking ‘I want a divorce?’

 

In therapy we discuss:

  • Resentment when expectations are repeatedly not met over time

  • Communication difficulties between partners

  • Putting the “we” back into the relationship

  • Difficulty emotionally connecting together

  • Painful emotional sensitivities triggered in the relationship

  • Repetitive and constant themes during conflicts together

  • High levels of conflict in the relationship

  • Mismatched desires and needs in the relationship

  • Anxiety around being open and honest to your partner

  • Feelings of loneliness and isolation in the relationship

  • Making time for scheduling one-on-one romantic time together

  • Betrayal or infidelity in your relationship

  • Struggles in navigating the integration of one another’s families

  • Questioning or considering separation or ending the relationship.

Tips to Avoid Resentment Building

  1. Don’t stew on your anger. Communicate in a constructive, positive manner straight away

  2. Practice listening. Hear between the lines, and understand what your partner is really saying

  3. Monitor the health of your relationships. Go on regular dates, and numerous small trips rather than one big holiday. Take time to be together alone with no distractions. This is when you have real communication.

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