Are you ready for a FRESH START
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Pre-marital therapy can be a huge benefit in the health of your relationship. Often times it’s skipped because couples are sure that their love will be enough to go the distance. And while love is a huge part of why people get married, it takes a few more things to really set yourself up for your best chance to grow in love together.
Relationship. Its suppose to be little hard. It takes effort to get to your happily ever after. Relationships take work. Time. Effort. Anything effortless soon becomes an effort to maintain. And that doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing to have to work on your relationship. You know others who dared to live off of love alone and who now are living far apart. You had to put in some work to learn your partner and your partner did to learn about you and your desire to have butter pecan ice cream at 9pm to watch your favorite show. And you had to wade through a sea of faces and experiences to get to each other. No booby prize for you.
So if you’re ready to boost your relationship before the Wedding Day. And I think you are since you found this page, you are investing in your happiness lasting and building a marriage that goes beyond the honeymoon stage. Yes, that does exist. Word on the street is right about that.
You need a neutral party to come in and say this is whats really happening and see whats beyond words and worries that come up in your conversations. To shed light on your difficulties. Work with you to untangle the misunderstandings and thoughts that walk around in your mind and invade your sleep as you restlessly lay our head on your pillow only to dream of things blowing up in your face.
In the Beginning of your relationship
You go to your corner when they happen and your partner goes to theirs. The battle eventually blows over yet you wonder if these battles are enough to get a therapist involved. As you’ve been in the planning stages you’ve toyed with the idea of therapy and seriously even had the talk with your partner about it. You both decided it can be a good answer to strengthen what you already have and really see your relationship from another perspective before you officially tie the knot. The thought has turned more and more into a good idea you are ready to take action on. And the nudges from your friends and family to consider therapy is sinking in.
You’ve noticed more conflict between you and the difficulty to really reach your partner and talk about even the simplest of things without feeling like you’re walking on a tightrope and feeling off balance is growing. You constantly worry that talking about that familiar topic that keeps coming up won’t be as easy to put aside as life goes on and you get even more upset than you are now. You can’t imagine your life having to be quiet and on edge about being up topics that are important to you.
And the desire to be heard is getting so strong that you feel like you’re about to explode all over the wedding dress you love so much or throw cake or cupcake samples against the wall out of sheer frustration. Silence has been happening between you more often that you would like and you want to get back to the days when you felt more in sync with one another before you commit to a lifetime
Imagine being able to talk to your partner and sharing all of your feeling. Imagine really being able to get to the bottom of the disagreements you’ve been having. Imagine being able to understand your partner better than anyone and having them understand you in new ways, ways you’ve never known they could. And imagine feeling more confident you’ll be able to work through any challenges that arise when life hands you lemons so that instead of things getting sour between you, you are able to squeeze the lemons over some pasta and invite more fun and play rather than feel unheard and alone.
You can start to feel more resolved and at rest about the future and get back to thinking about planning your lives together instead of spending restless hours wondering if you and your partner are really going to be alright long term.
People who plan on making a lifetime commitment make the time and investment to give their relationship the best chance to last. Because in going the distance difficulty can surface and make or break what you’ve spent months and often years building.
You want to be someone who’s done their homework and have gone through an experience to really open up your relationship and talk about the good, the frustrating, and the slightly annoying. Putting a plan in place to be able to tackle anything that comes up between you.
Lets anchor your relationship and strengthen your foundation. Most relationships have more of a fighting chance that way. And i’ll be with you as you fight for what you have in a different way to work toward having good solid love.
Take a look around and see if you find something that interests you. Feel free to give me a call and ask any questions that you have. I offer a free 30 minute in person consultation so that you and I can see if we would like to work together. You can also give me a call directly or click on the schedule today button and get in touch with me now.