Marriage Counselor: How Seeing One Can Help
There is a point in many marriages that couples encounter when they feel it may be nearing the end their relationship. But if you feel you want to save your marriage, then it would be advisable to see a marriage counselor. Working with a marriage counselor for a period of six months to one year can often help couples get past the issues they’re experiencing and save their marriage.
It may start with a small argument that seemingly becomes a serious, unresolvable issue between couples. As a marriage counselor with more than 40 years of experience, Marriage Academy founder Dr. Jose Gomez knows that unhappiness and uncertainty is part of any marriage, but these issues can be overcome.
There are many ways in which a marriage counselor can help to save your marriage. They are trained psychotherapists who are capable of resolving any sort of conflict and, in turn, strengthen the bond of your marriage.
A marriage counselor will not completely eliminate problems, but will help you to better interact with each other during bad phases. Marriage counselors help couples develop listening and understanding skills on logical grounds, not emotional grounds. This is the mark of a learned marriage counselor – to give couples the skills that bring sense into arguments or conflicts. Those skills automatically solve half the problem. At the end of your counseling sessions you will be in a position to make an appropriate decision of whether your marriage is going to work out or not.
Ultimately, it is you and your partner who have to work it out together to make your relationship stronger and happier than before. The Marriage Academy can give you the tools to do that. Experts opine that the couple who works with a marriage counselor succeed 95 percent of the time. Marriage counseling helps couples:
- To look at the problem from a different perspective so as to arrive at a better solution.
- To utilize the tools given by counselors and find out the root cause of a conflict/argument
- To improve communication so that there will be fewer arguments
- To arrive at a conclusion as to the status of their relationship and deal with it maturely