Marriages are complex. There’s so many moving parts. When one of these parts stops working, we tend to overlook it or try to fix it with the tools we have.
Although a noble attempt, most of the tools you’re probably using are no longer advanced enough to keep your well oil machine of a marriage running.
This means the tools you use to fix your marriage should continually upgraded.
If you’re not upgrading your marriage tools, it won’t run efficiently.
In my marriage and couples counseling practice in Tampa I love helping couples upgrade their marriage toolbox. As you and your partner grow and build your lives together your framework you use should support that.
Using the same framework and tools from when you first met each other will only get you that same dynamic you had. This doesn’t make for an evolved relationship. I’m sure you’ve put a lot of time and effort into being with your partner to not have it evolve.
Marriage counseling is not a last stitch effort before divorce.
Marriage counseling isn’t like how it was 20 years ago. It’s significantly involved. It’s no longer a last stitch effort before divorce. Noooo!
Goal of Marriage Counseling:
The goal of marriage and couples counseling isn’t to place blame but the shift to ownership, friendship building, and enhanced connection. We want to do this in the shortest amount of time possible.
I’ve helped a lot of couples over the years improve their connection and communication. I’ve actually seen substantial improvements happen in less than four sessions. FOUR!
You don’t need to be doing couples counseling for years to get results. This is an old model. Who has that kind of time? I know I don’t. It’s about being efficient and dynamic.
There’s a special formula I use with couples with an 80% success rate.
Marriage and couples counseling is a pit stop.
You shouldn’t be living there. The goal is the get the shift and tools you need and keep it moving.
If you’re interested in upgrading the connection with your partner, reach out to me here. I’m always here to answer any questions you may have. I’m looking forward to chatting with you soon!