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  • Making The Most Of Marriage Counseling
  • Nobody really wants to acknowledge the fact that their relationship is in need of help, but nowadays it is the case that a lot of people are facing problems within their marriages. There are many reasons for this, including the financial pressures that many are now under, and the general stress of modern life. Regardless of the reasons for the relationship's breakdown, the persons involved should try to view marriage counseling as a positive addition to their lives.
  • It is not always the case when both persons agree to go for outside assistance. There could be a number of reasons why someone may be hesitant, even if they know that it could help. When you have to discuss going to a counselor with your spouse, it is best if it is done in a certain way, so that the most beneficial outcome can be achieved.
  • Sometime when you are alone is best, and when neither of you are overly stressed from work or other everyday problems. Do not attempt to discuss the possibility of outside assistance when you are in the middle of an argument. Your partner may then think that you are not serious about the idea, and are only trying to make threats. Try to explain that the purpose will be to solve problems between you, and to improve the quality of your relationship. Try not to make it seem like a punishment, or like your partner will be blamed in the process.
  • Sometimes one half of the partnership has to go to see a counselor by him or her self. This can still be beneficial, as the person attending can learn better ways to cope within an argument and to bring about some positive changes. Often, the other party sees the positive impact on the relationship and then agrees to start seeing the counselor as well.
  • If your partner has agreed to work with you, then you are off to a good start. When both of you agree on the path to take in order to improve your relationship, then you can start to consider the outcome that you desire. Before you even start the sessions with the counselor, you can make a list of goals. Note why you are attending and what you hope to achieve. The list can be made with your spouse or on your own, but should be shared.
  • Besides your goals, think of all the things that effect your relationship in a negative way. Make a note of them. Once they are written down, you will be able to see more clearly which things need attention.
  • Start to work on having a positive attitude towards your relationship. You can help yourself do this by forming a list of all the good things about your partner and your association. Concentrating on positive things help to dispel unwanted, negative feelings.
  • Many couples can benefit from marriage counseling, not only those who are thinking of getting a divorce. Couples who have been under strain from substance abuse or the loss of a child can benefit, and just-married couples can enjoy learning some good communications skills. Try to choose a counselor who is professional and who has credentials.
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