Relationshipology for Couples
Relationshipology for Couples is suited for any type of couple from a domestic partnership, long-term relationships and married couples. Research shows that couples often wait until very late in the game to seek intervention and in a lot of cases result in, one or both parties, calling it quits. If you’re part of a couple in distress, you may feel that there’s no way out of your troubled relationship. Myths about the low success rates of couples therapy and counselling only make your situation seem worse than it is.
There are many types of therapy available to couples, which require a different skill set to therapy for individuals, including the behavioural approach, emotional approach and evidence-based approach. Relationshipology for Couples is a
structured and progressive coaching therapy that combines all three approaches with the foundation based on NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and mBit (Multiple Brain Integration Techniques). It differs from your traditional Psychology and Counselling therapies and is purely result-oriented.
The success of Relationshipology for Couples is contributed to the following effective principles, it:
- Changes views of the relationship
- Modifies dysfunctional behaviour
- Decreases emotional avoidance
- Improves communication
- Promotes strengths
- Achieves fulfilment
Perhaps you and your partner are arguing about the stupidest things and these rows quickly escalate into something nasty.
Or your relationship feels stale, and if the two of you were not so busy leading separate lives you feel you would die of boredom. Sometimes there is a big issue – such as money, sex, infidelity, in-laws or children – about which you cannot get your partner to understand your viewpoint.
If couples have been able to cooperate enough to set up a home together and raise a family, they soon begin to support each other through the necessary changes to their relationship. For this reason, Relationshipology For Couples often needs fewer sessions than one-to-one work.
Given the pressures of modern life, it’s only natural that even truly loving couples can drift apart unless each of them take steps to stay both physically and emotionally intimate with each other. It is not uncommon for your most wonderful creation you made together, your children, to be unintentionally and indirectly a contributing factor to distance in your relationship and a wedge in your intimacy. There is a process to avoid and/or rectify this issue whilst continuing to love and cherish your children just as much, if not more than before, whilst reconnecting and achieving a deeper intimate love with your partner.
Don’t live a life feeling unfulfilled and deny yourself the dream life you but once imagined when you fell in love. If you feel that there is more to life than what you are living, rest assure, you partner is more than likely feeling the same.
It is only a very short journey to veer back onto that exciting road with your partner and all it takes is making the decision to do it.