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Admitting You Need Help With Your Marriage is a Tough Awakening

Updated: Nov 19, 2022





It's a good, albeit uncomfortable thing to recognise that you need guidance or coaching to help you to navigate the intricacies of a successful marriage or relationship.


So many couples wait until it's nearly too late to seek assistance. On average couples are unhappy for 6 years before they seek help with their marriage! Many people refuse to acknowledge that they don't know what to do to make things better.


We think that we ought to be able to deal with our problems on our own, and sometimes pride gets in the way of us admitting that we can't. Just because your marriage is in trouble it doesn't mean that it is wrong in some way and you shouldn't be together.

Mixed up in the challenges of life, sometimes couples lose their connection and understanding; this can need an outside perspective and an unbiased approach to help you to see more clearly what is going on and how to fix it.


What happens if you lack the necessary knowledge of HOW to change things for the better?  When you approach delicate or emotional situations incorrectly, things often can get worse. When deep hurt is underneath our day-to-day day interactions it affects how we perceive our partner and how we respond and react to them.


There is no shame in admitting and accepting that you maybe don't have all of the answers to save your marriage or relationship. We aren't taught these skills ins school!


So many couples suffer because they are unsure of what to do and feel as though "no one can assist" or "their relationship is finished since they are failing, so there is no point in continuing."


I've previously written about how logical it is to perform a routine MOT on your marriage. Couples have opted to work with me on this. They claim it offers them the chance to concentrate entirely on themselves and their relationship for two hours.


The first step is to recognise your need for support. Then, make a decision on whether you are willing to put in the time and effort to make changes once and for all.

  

If you are experiencing a crisis, it is critical that you act right now. Avoid waiting until it is too late. Learn the skills that will ensure a bright future for you both. Couples frequently tell me they wish they had known them sooner. They could have spared themselves weeks, or even years, of suffering.


Make sure that's not you and get in touch with me today to book your session.

I look forward to meeting you,

Jane.

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