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Marriage Counseling MapMarriage Counseling—Couples Therapy

Working with all types of couples: married, same sex (LGBTQ friendly), living together, dating or engaged.

We all want relationships of meaning and deep connection, which is our relationships are so intense. Our relationships can cause us both the greatest joy and the greatest sorrow. They are the most important life experience.

Often couples never learned how to communicate effectively, manage anger, resolve conflicts productively, or to listen empathically to one another. Most people don’t recognize the role they play when a relationship is facing these problems. One person is rarely the problem; it is the relationship system or the relationship dance that is the problem.

To learn how and does marriage counseling really work.

To learn how to make your marriage counseling or couples counseling experience a success.

Couple CommunicationCommunication Problems In your Relationship:

Fighting and Arguments In Your Marriage that never end:

Affairs, Cheating, InfidelityPorn/Cybersex and other Sexual Problems:

To learn more about the Steps to Healing from an Affair, Cheating & Infidelity

Marriage counseling can help you recover from the anger and get unstuck and out of those same old patterns. Counseling will help you focus on what you really want instead of getting caught in the blame cycle. Sometimes affairs happen. Counseling will help you focus on the underlying issues and causes, instead of getting overwhelmed by all of the details. Trust can be rebuilt after an affair. Couples counseling can help you express your emotions so that you will feel deeply heard and also deeply connected to Happy Couple Communicating each other once again.

Even after all that’s happened, you can you heal the hurt and restore your love for each other. The good news is that these skills can be taught, it’s never too late to save a marriage or a relationship.
Even if your partner won’t come in, there is still help available for you. You can come in on your own.

Article on affairs in the workplace.

Article on what is considered cheating, affairs and infidelity.

Read more about Communication in Marriage.