If your marriage is on the edge and divorce seems imminent you are probably interested in doing whatever it takes in order to save your marriage. You may have tried all the expensive marriage counseling services, brought videos, systems, and plans that are supposed to help you grow together as a couple. Unfortunately, you probably haven’t found the key ingredient that is required to save your marriage from divorce and that is: intimacy.
Married couples often feel like they barely spend any time together. When this happens it is often nearly impossible to schedule a time where you can both be at an appointment. Fortunately with family counselling this is not an issue. You are free to schedule at your own convenience.
A therapist can help you not just save your marriage but also resolve current problems and issues. It is quite true that the problem with rocky marriages is not just the issue of separation. In most cases, the issues can root back to deeper reasons. Resolving problems by determining the root cause and by clarifying the issues between the parties involved can help and a therapist can do this.
Love and marriage takes hard work, and sometimes it can feel impossible to make headway on your own. Professional marriage counseling can make an amazing difference in the way you think about your partner, and it can help you understand each other and relate to each other better.
A marriage therapist is not only experienced in handling marriage problems but in some cases, is also licensed to do so. Words of advice truly matter but when they come from an expert, those words tend to matter much more and that is just what you and your partner need. A person who has the expertise plus the will and determination to help you can be your best ally in solving the issues that lay behind and ahead.
At this point although I knew most of the details concerning the history of the abusive relationship I was not sure I completely understood the current context of this marriage. “Are you and your husband still together?” I inquired. “He… ah, he moved out a week ago and went to live with a friend.” She answered me in a somewhat quieter voice.
Sometimes we tend to take our spouse for granted and that can lead to problems in a marriage. However, you need to first understand your spouse and his needs and should learn to respect his feeling.
If you’re having problems in your marriage and you suspect that your own, or your spouse’s thought process is not quite where it should be, consider getting help from a professional marriage counselor. Online marriage counseling is safe and confidential, and best of all, it can help you keep your vows to each other, according to God’s word.