Marriage counselling in Perth.
“How did it come to this? Why didn’t I see the warning signs, or take notice? Is it too late save my marriage?”
The short answer is no, it doesn’t have to be.
My questions will be along the lines of:
- “why do you want to save your marriage?”
- “how committed are you to trying to save your marriage?”
- “what are you prepared to do?”
Working at saving your marriage will be one of the hardest things you will ever have to do, but there’s a lot at stake here. View this time as a huge threat, a major negative, or, turn it upside down and view it as an opportunity.
Depending at what stage the marriage is in: there’s still mutuality and concern for one another; there’s open and ongoing conflict but a measure of civility; or there’s just disdain, deepends on how you plan to move forward.
You can obviously choose to do nothing, which probably won’t change anything, or, you can choose to do something. If you choose the latter, you’ll have a far better chance at changing the dynamic in the relationship. Remember, you can’t change your partner but you can change you. That’s where we start. You have control over you, not your partner.
Do any of the following resonate?
- She doesn’t love me anymore
- He says he loves me but he’s not in love with me
- It’s like we’re room mates
- We dont spend enough time together, my partner is always at work
- We’ve lost that emotional and physical connection
- I have a lack of trust
- Not feeling attractive to my partner
- They’re not willing to change
Even if it’s only you trying, we can still save your relationship.
A marriage or relationship involves commitment, a commitment to one another and a commitment to change. If you’re willing to honour those commitments, we have a sound foundation to start.
Using an integrative approach gets results.
“I really didn’t think I’d get through this and come out the other side. We actually sit down and talk now. Thank’s for the coaching and relationship advice” Pauline S. Queenstown NZ.
“We are a work in progress but there’s a light at the end of the tunnel, thank you” Amanda K. Hong Kong.
“Sincerely thanks. We are stronger now than we have ever been” Michael T. Perth Australia.
A supportive process.
This process is very supportive. Unlike traditional models of therapy, we have regular contact throughout your time, not just on the day.
If you’re serious about saving your marriage, Call now for a FREE 20-minute consultation and let’s start creating your how.