If you’re on my website there’s a good chance you’re going through marriage or relationship issues and you’re looking for answers on how you can get your relationship back on track.
If your marriage has been in trouble for a while now you have probably:
- Cried yourself to sleep
- Become really angry or sad
- Feel pressure and stress
- Ignored it
- Tried talking about but it goes nowhere
- You have more than likely spoken to your family and friends about it
- You may have googled things you can do about it
But, here you are and you’re still looking for something. Sometimes it takes more than google to help you get the answers you are looking for. You need the personal experience of coming in and talking with me – A Relationship Counselling Specialist.
Sounds scary right? It’s always a bit scary doing something you haven’t done before.
I think it’s a big deal to come and see a Relationship Counselling Specialist. It really is. You are talking with a total stranger and being open and vulnerable about your personal and intimate details. The benefit is, you are telling a complete stranger!
Remember: You’re talking with someone who:
- doesn’t know you or your partner
- doesn’t know your history
- doesn’t know your extended family
- doesn’t know your past
- Is not there to blame anyone
- And is not going to take sides
What To Do Next:
You don’t have to come to relationship counselling with your partner. Sometimes, it helps to come to counselling on your own so you can talk about what is going on without having to “be careful of hurting your partners feelings”.
When you do come to relationship counselling together, the focus is on resolving issues that you have not been able to resolve up until now. There is no blame in relationship counselling. We are simply looking for solutions and a plan on how to make things change for the better.
We are open 7 days to make it easier for you to get your marriage and relationship sorted out.