If you notice that you and your significant other are having the same arguments or conflict over and over again and are unable to solve them on your own through research, courses, talking, etc. then it’s time to go to a relationship therapist. If you have not reached the change you want to see in your relationship, then it is time to go to a relationship therapist.
It is not uncommon for couples to see therapy as a last resort and actually be afraid of making that call. I work with a lot of people who are coming out of relationships and when I ask them why they didn’t seek professional help before things got too bad, it isn’t uncommon for them to say that they were afraid that therapy would mean the end of their relationship. One party often fears that they will be blamed for the problems in the relationship. In truth, their relationship ended because they did not seek the help and guidance they needed to work through their problems.
If a couple takes the time to look at their relationship closely and work on coming up with solutions to their problems with a qualified relationship therapist they will end up with a stronger and healthier relationship.
If you are having problems in your relationship and have questions or if you have a significant other who is reluctant to go to a relationship therapist, book a free 15-minute consultation with me. I also encourage you to check out my Facebook page or tweet me. You can also sign up for my email series that delves deeper into how emotional blocks could be affecting your relationship.