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Couples’ therapy or Marriage Counselling is a psychotherapeutic platform which allows the spouses to recognize the conflicts in their marriage and resolve them in order to improve their relationship. The Marriage Counsellor uses some theoretical models to work through the problems of husband and wife in accordance with their needs and compatibilities.
Benefits of Marriage Counselling
ü A third-qualified perspective is an add-on to saving the marriage;
ü Marriage Counselling brings the couple under one roof and helps them to directly confront the problem;
ü It enhances the overall love map of the couple;
ü It inculcates admiration and respect within them for each other;
ü Improves communication skills which will help in listening to the spouse;
ü It powers up the love magnets of both the spouses leading them to each other;
ü Helps in communicating needs without expressing anger or feeling of resentment;
ü Helps in ending the day with a clean slate;
ü The counselor assigns some common goals to the spouses which improve their chemistry and rejuvenates the lost emotional connection;
ü Setting aside blame games, couples feel responsible for their actions;
ü Transparency comes into action when the spouses put everything on the table which all happens in a safe and private environment;
ü A person gets a deeper understanding of the needs and aims of his/her spouse and his/ her overall personality;
ü Children learn a lot from their parents – if parents are going for divorce, children will assume that it is the only solution to a problematic marriage but marriage counseling would have an everlasting positive impact.
Important Things to Remember
· Marriage Counselling costs are usually overstated but are not;
· It is not a sure option to avoid divorce but the most probable one;
· It should be carried out through mutual consent of the spouses;
· The counselor is not responsible for curing the marriage;
· A counselor provides objective advice;
· Go for counseling with a positive attitude, even if you don’t want your marriage to work because you never know what good might happen.
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