Maintaining healthy relationships is a difficult part of being human. It's not just romantic relationships that require work and thought, but also relationships with friends, colleges, children and parents. These relationships are often complex to navigate and can be over-whelming, confusing and leave us feeling disappointment, angry, rejected and lonely.
There are skills and techniques that you can do to help smooth out relationship issues and develop healthier patterns of relating to other people. These take time, but can greatly improve your relationships with others and your internal well-being.
A relationship therapist will listen to you in a non-judgemental space and allow you to express your concerns and thoughts. They will then work with you to identify patterns of behaviour that may be negatively effecting your relationships and offer suggestions and techniques for improving them.
Often just talking to someone about your issues can really help bring clarity to the causes that are underlying them.
Therapy is one of the best tools we have to help resolve relationship issues. Since you are reading this article it should be clear that you are concerned about your relationships and are looking for solutions - therapy is a great solution to explore.
Therapy can help resolve a whole range of issues in your relationships, including:
Anger towards each other
Dealing with separation and divorce
Affairs and cheating
Inability to express emotions
Violence and domestic abuse
Constant arguing and bickering
No longer feeling attracted to your partner
Long distance relationship issues
After that you can simply book a longer sessions with them and start working through your relationships issues. If possible it's best to attend the appointments with your partner.