Do You Need To Visit a Marriage Therapist
Most couples don’t get past two years before they are deeply sick of each other that they anticipate that divorce. With so many divorces, one can really smell something is truly wrong with the society. And actually it is not about the society, it is every person playing their role and responsibility by recognizing that they just entered into an affair with another imperfect human that they have to give room for.
It is perfectly normal for couples to have issues and arguments, and this even the most perfect ones have from time to time. Depending on how strongly bonded and understanding of couples, issues could range from seemingly small to very complex, sometimes the least issues can cause the most trouble or the opposite. Worth noting though is that, even if sometimes couple end up in fights, that does not always create any doubt for love in the relationship because at the end of the fight they will always get back together and move on well.
The fact remains that nothing is actually wrong with the society but each individual person. It is a trait that all of us have and that can only be controlled by finding its balance. Being human allows us to have flaws and for that reason, you realize that sometimes we are so much concerned about ourselves than the next person. Actually we only love because it makes us feel good so it is about ourselves and not the partner. The worst, however, happens when your love for yourselves clouds out and you become so selfish and jealous. So my answer for the question of whether we all require professional counselling will always be yes because we need to know and understand how to maintain that equilibrium.
The kind of counselling I would recommend for couples is the PET Positive Existential Therapy, it is a perfectly tested and certified approach and that is highly effective. For any long-lasting effect and productivity in your relationship commitments, this is the kind of therapy to go for. This approach of therapy will never compare to the traditional Cognitive Behavior Therapy, the later have for long proven to be ineffective and even worse breaking most relationships entirely because it is said to favour one side of the relationship and also have a short-term effect. Study also has it that families do want therapy and place high value on the experience.