Couples Therapy and how can you improve your relationship? Time after time I see the same problems exist. Couples coming into therapy so angry and mad at the other partner. They will sit across the room as far away as they can to avoid each other. The couple has this crazy notion that I have a magic wand and can wave it and make all of their problems go away. They are so mad by the time they arrive to therapy that it is hard to get them to be silent long enough to hear a few helpful words. Why do we wait so long to seek help? Usually it is when the relationship is hanging by a thread a couple will seek help.
Getting a relationship back on track is simple. It is so easy it can be done in one session. The only catch is that you have to leave your ego, victim mentality, Mr. or Mrs. Right thinking and defensiveness outside the therapy office.
It is healthier to be single than in a relationship that is leaving you feeling unsatisfied. Stressful relationships can lead to health issues. Some examples are high blood pressure, increased anxiety, poor self image, depression, obesity, heart disease and much more.
Research shows that happier relationships provide very healthy results. Couples tend to grow happier and happier as time goes on. Optimistic couple have better health and few illnesses.