You didn't plan it this way when you got married. Nobody does. Most couples seek counseling when their needs and expectations are not being met.
One very important step is to take a look at your expectations, and see if you want to adjust any of those. Often, we inherit our expectations in marriage from our parents, and carry them forward unconsciously.
Here is your chance to be more consciously aware of what you want and why you want it, while solving your marriage problems and creating the love you desire in the present and going forward.
You certainly did not plan for or expect the problems you're having. But you did have some expectations, even though you may not be completely aware of them.
Let's take a look at some of those now. I'm thinking your expectations were some version of the following, consciously or unconsciously:
And then, there were some things you definitely did not expect. You didn't expect to drift apart, fight so much, or just feel distant from each other
You didn't expect to lose the passion, romance or sexual interest. You didn't expect the money problems, parenting issues or differences between you that have gotten so big.
You want to resolve your issues, to get back the love you lost...or maybe create the love you wanted and never had.
And that's where marriage counseling with Dr. DeFoore comes in.
Help you identify what went wrong, and how you got to where you are. It will put you in the driver's seat in your marriage, so that you no longer feel like things are out of your control.
Here are the benefits you will receive:
Contact Dr. DeFoore now to schedule a session, or for a free 15 minute phone consultation.
You can even get your marriage counseling online, via phone or video (Skype, FaceTime, etc.). Learn more about online counseling.
Most importantly, do not give up on your marriage, or on yourself. You can do this, and marriage counseling can help.
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May 24, 17 05:53 PM
I live in Australia. My sister introduced me to a girl in Europe who became my wife after a year or so. As we were preparing for our wedding, I realised
May 20, 17 06:34 PM
I have never seen this situation addressed and hope to get some badly needed advice. My backstory: I am a 62 y/o female, college educated, married 37
May 10, 17 05:07 PM
My wife and I recently got into another heated argument. She grabbed me and I acted out of rage and threw her back. After I tried to call and text her