5 Ways Counselling Can Save Marriage

There is no marriage which cannot be saved by a proactive, mature way of sorting out the problems between the couples themselves.

At times, though, the communication breaks and there seems to be no way the two can sort out the issues by themselves. In such a log jam situation, amongst multiple ways to address the problem, we are enlisting the top 5 ways that counselling can save a marriage.

· Bridging the communication gap: We act as that missing piece of puzzle that completes the whole picture. We act as the contact point of connector facilitating the couple to start to talk without the fear of conversation losing direction.

· Neutralize: When emotions run high it becomes difficult to get to the root cause and discussion run haywire. Marriage Counselling helps to neutralize the emotions, anger, frustrations that are deeply embedded in the relationship. We hear them neutrally and give them an unbiased opinion. Each one of you is given a chance to express what they feel, what exactly the problem helps you mend your bond and give various snippets to make a fresh start of your relationship in a professional way.

· Get to the root: Counselling helps to cut the various dynamics and when we talk to the couple, we tend to cut the various dynamics and help them detect the root cause more distinctly. We can read between the lines and hence get straight to what the problem is about and where do the couples need to work on.

· Build on strength: Every marriage has some inherent strength in it. And of course some inherent weaknesses. Typically, marriages fall apart when they start building on each other’s weaknesses. We show them their right side and counsellors try to deliver them with a solution by keeping in mind their strengths and work on it independently to seek an understanding.

· Reorient: With a fresh view and look at the marriage and each other, everything tends to fall in place. Reconciliation becomes possible when the journey of togetherness gets a new direction, with marriage counsellors as the navigator.

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