Posts Tagged ‘couples counselling’
What Shape is Your Relationship in?
Like a house, relationships are built with a strong foundation, a robust framework and a sturdy, hard-wearing roof, complemented by gorgeous interior and exterior finishes. Each of these levels addresses a fundamental principle of relationship intimacy, and without one, a relationship will crumble. This is the metaphor of the Sound Relationship House, a…Read More
The 5 Love Languages: Do You Know Yours?
It’s Valentine’s Day, what do you plan to give or do for your partner today? Buy flowers/chocolates or both. Valentine’s Day card with a heart-felt message. Romantic dinner at their favourite restaurant. DIY dinner date with a home-cooked meal. Head straight to the bedroom. I really don’t know what they like. If you’re struggling…Read More
Can Counselling Really Help Our Relationship?
I get a lot of questions about how couples should deal with relationship problems and whether or not it’s worth to go through counselling. The truth is that the success of relationship counselling depends on a number of factors. In order for counselling to be effective, the couple should be willing to engage in the…Read More
Deciding to End a Relationship
Deciding to end a relationship, can be a really stressful and confusing decision to make. It can be hard to know if you are going through a rough patch or something more serious. Relationship anxiety can make you question: “Is worth it staying in this relationship?” “Can we work through issues?” “Should I just cut…Read More
5 Healthy Habits of Couples Going Through Counselling
When relationships go through a rough patch, couples seek the help of a relationship counsellor and hope for a quick fix. It’s easy to get caught in the emotional whirlwind unfortunately there is no shortcuts to this process. Couples counselling can be a slow and steady process in order to rebuild a strong relationship. To…Read More