Mend Your Marriage – Therapists, Coaches and Counselors in Littleton
Are you and your spouse going through a difficult time? There are few things in life that have a greater negative impact on our overall wellbeing and success than a painful marriage. When you and the person you’re supposed to love more than anyone else in the entire world are at odds, life can be nothing short of miserable.
How did this happen? There are many reasons why a romantic relationship deteriorates into harsh words and cold shoulders. The reality is that you are two different people with two different personalities trying to blend your lives into one. This merger isn’t something that happens without intention — and even then it’s not always easy.
No matter how significant and insurmountable your troubles may seem, there are likely solutions to the problems you and your spouse are facing. A caring, experienced marriage counselor can help you find them.
Will I Benefit From Marriage Counseling
And even if you and your partner are on great terms, you can still learn a great deal from a marriage counselor that will dramatically improve your life together.
Since there are a great number of things that can disrupt marital bliss, in our sessions together, we will go over a number of topics and see how they affect your relationship. Some of those topics include:
- Economic hardship
- Loss of a family member
- Persistent mood disorders
- Difficulty with children
- Selling a home
- Loss of respect
- Poor communication
- Fun and relaxation
- Life ambitions
We will use our session time together to unpack any current or past issues while simultaneously developing communication techniques that keep conversations moving toward solutions instead of slammed doors and resentment.
So, will marriage counseling beneficial for you? It will if you come into the sessions with an open mind and a willingness to do the hard work required to improve your relationship.
See a Counselor this Week
If you’re having a difficult time in your marriage and are unsure whether you should continue the marriage — do yourself and your partner a favor by talking to therapist. Express your concerns to one another in a safe, calm, judgement-free environment.
You might think you’ve said all that you need to say, but an objective voice (not a friend or family member that will favor one of you over the other) can help you see a way to break through the cycle of arguments and upset.
Your marriage can be better. Let us help.
***** Stacey Dirzuweit, LMFT specializes in Marriage Counseling.