Having issues in your relationship?
Don’t worry you’re not alone. The fact that you’re here means a lot doesn’t it? It means you have hope. It means you’re looking for answers and solutions to get off this emotional rollercoaster. You want to stop the conflict and get back the connection you once had.
The way most couples choose to deal with these issues is not ideal to say the least.
Maybe you’ve tried these too:
- Ignoring the problem hoping it will go away on its own
- Using work, family, housework, netflix, drinking with the mates as a distraction
- The good old silent treatment
- Numbing behaviour – facebook, comfort eating, alcohol, drugs, porn
Let’s agree that those things don’t get you the results you’re looking for.
The biggest problem in a relationship is TRYING.
Sometimes you get motivated to change the relationship so you “try.” What you were probably doing at the same time was “keeping score.”
You didn’t see enough return on your efforts so you stopped trying. Then your partner did the same thing. They tried. And they stopped.
This is the problem when you are trying to work on your marriage. You both go through different stages of trying until someone eventually gives up.
You see anger, arguing and sadness are not the worst feeling in a relationship. You know what is? Indifference. When you or your partner don’t really care either way. That means there’s not enough fuel in the tank to get to you to the happy ending.
Does this sound familiar right now?
Consider what your relationship turmoil is costing you.
Tension in your life
Unhealthy coping habits not to mention
Hurt, anger, sadness, loneliness, rejection.
And the list goes on. Doesn’t it?
Hi I’m Mirella DeBoni. I’m a Relationship Counselling Specialist. I am a multiple #1 International Best Selling Author with 8 published books including “The Secret Sauce of Loving Relationships – A Better Me A Better Us.” Plus a few more…
I’ve been a counsellor for 14 years. I can give you the tools and strategies so you can have your happy ending. All you need to do is say yes.
What I propose is to make a commitment to work on your relationship at the same time, together with me. That means you can establish new and positive relationship habits that will bring positive energy to your relationship.
Those changes can heal old wounds, stop the pain and bleeding in your relationship so you can restore the connection you’ve been missing. You can build something beautiful. I see it happen in front of me every day.
Think about it. What’s the happy ending to your story?
How do you want it to be?
Are you ever going to have it if something doesn’t change soon?
If you want that happy ending to your story to be written, then you’ve come to the right place. And I’m happy to help you.
What happens if you don't do anything now?
If you keep doing the same things, you’ll have the same relationship.
If you want to change your situation, you need to learn new ways to do things different, better than before. So you can understand each other, resolve issues effectively and love and support each other completely.
The truth is, if you don’t do something about it, there’s a good chance your relationship is going to end.
You don’t want to look back on it one day and wonder how it could have been different if you had the courage to reach out and get the right help and guidance at the right time.
And know that Now’s the time. Life is too short for regrets or a life sentence of unhappiness when you could have so much more.
Relationship Counselling Can Help:
Can you come to relationship counselling alone?
You don’t have to come to relationship counselling with your partner.
Sometimes, it helps to come to counselling on your own so you can talk about what is going on without having to “be careful of hurting your partners feelings”.
When you do come to relationship counselling together, the focus is on resolving issues that you have not been able to resolve up until now.
There is no blame in relationship counselling.
There are no “sides.”
We are simply looking for solutions and a plan on how to make things change for the better.