Who Can Benefit?
Are experiencing difficulties and want to resolve conflicts
Want to get past deep hurts or betrayals
Desire better communication
Want to improve their relationship
Are considering divorce but want to see if the relationship can be saved
Create meaningful and satisfying relationships
- Understand why past relationships didn’t work
Resolve hurts and frustrations from past relationships
Want to understand current relationship challenges
Improve communication skills
At some point in relationships, couples may find themselves struggling with anger and shock, despair and sadness. Some are newlyweds, and can’t understand how they have plummeted from the heights of love and glory into a swamp of hopelessness and conflict. Others have been married for many years, and though they have been slogging along – in calm or storm – their days of wine and roses are a dim memory.
Even if life at home is relatively peaceful, many couples lament that they have “nothing in common anymore.” And they may lead a disappointed or angry co-existence, each with their own friends and interests, in a marriage of convenience, or an arrangement they endure “for the sake of the children.”
Shattered dreams, whatever form they take, are painful. But there is hope. In fact, the pain and conflict of committed relationships arise not out of lack of love for our partners, but from a misunderstanding of what love relationships are about. Your conflict can be the very fuel for the fulfillment you seek.