Couple Therapy: What is the goal of a good relationship?

Couple Therapy: What is the goal of a good relationship?

Couple Therapy: What is the goal of a good relationship?

What is the goal of a relationship? You could say that all of life is a struggle and that you either do it quite well or perhaps not so well. Therefore, it seems that perhaps the goal in life is for a person to fight better. The same goes for relationships and fighting simply means "trying to do better." Due to personality differences, there will always be a struggle in any basic relationship whereby feelings get hurt and people experience anything from not being understood to not being loved.

Couple Therapy: Self-motivation and couple

Couple Therapy: Self-motivation and couple

Couple Therapy: Self-motivation and couple

Motivation is a process that helps you achieve your goal whatever it is.
Internal sources of Motivation can be:
• Your Values ​​(example: Freedom, Love, Commitment ...)
• Your Goals (example: create my own business, have a stable partner,)
• Your achievements (example: being fit, finishing an important course ...) and
• A What For (example: helping others in difficult times, working in an NGO,)

Couple Therapy: Self-motivation and couple Identification of your partner's schemes

Couple Therapy: Self-motivation and couple Identification of your partner's schemes

Couple Therapy: Self-motivation and couple Identification of your partner's schemes

Your partner exists in your mind. The real person is locked inside a psyche that you can never enter, never know directly. So you look from the outside. You listen, you observe the behaviour, you remember. And over time, you develop a set of summary conclusions called schemas that make up the psychological portrait of the person you are with.

Couple Therapy: How can I forgive you?

Couple Therapy: How can I forgive you?

Couple Therapy: How can I forgive you?

What is authentic forgiveness?

Unlike Refusing to Forgive, Cheap Forgiveness, or Acceptance, genuine and sincere forgiveness is an interpersonal asset. It requires the sincere participation of both. Here are your three basic interpersonal characteristics.

Couple Therapy: How can I forgive you? Breaking Patterns

Couple Therapy: How can I forgive you? Breaking Patterns

Couple Therapy: How can I forgive you? Breaking Patterns

Insanity Is Doing the Same Thing Over and Over Again and Expecting Different Results

Here are six questions to ask yourself to discover a problem pattern according to B. O´Hanlon:

Couple Therapy: How to recover your relationship

Couple Therapy: How to recover your relationship

Couple Therapy: How to recover your relationship

We could start by asking ourselves:

Here are six questions to ask yourself to discover a problem pattern:

1. How often does the problem occur (once an hour, once a day, once a week)?

Couple Therapy: How to recover your relationship The Change in the Couple is possible

Couple Therapy: How to recover your relationship The Change in the Couple is possible

Couple Therapy: How to recover your relationship The Change in the Couple is possible

A good disposition is everything.

Shakespeare (Hamlet, Act 5, Scene 2)

Six different stages of "activation for change" have been identified according to Prochaska, this model suggests that people or groups pass through six stages when they change behaviour: pre-contemplation, contemplation, preparation, action, maintenance, and termination. (Prochaska, 1995).

Coaching for Expatriates: Living abroad-Decision making

Coaching for Expatriates: Living abroad-Decision making

Coaching for Expatriates: Living abroad-Decision making

Sometimes our decision has already been made, but sometimes we need to think about it, and the more you analyse the better. All is about living in your country or not. When you decide to leave is important to consider being in a state of clarity and well-being.

Always remember to consider not making a decision or doing nothing and keep in mind that both options are actually potential solutions in themselves. Set a time scale and decide who is responsible for the decision.

Couple Therapy: Does couples therapy work?

Couple Therapy: Does couples therapy work?

Couple Therapy: Does couples therapy work?

A large part of the problems in marriage are rooted in communication problems, this causes irreparable damage because they damage their unity and in this way, the family is destroyed.
Studies show that couples therapy is effective in restoring a relationship 75 per cent of the time. Going into your first couples THERAPY session can be intimidating at first.
Traditional marriage therapy has a 70 to 80 per cent success rate. Some research a decade ago indicated that 38 per cent of couples receiving marriage therapy divorced within four years of completing therapy.

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