We can all do with a helping hand from time to time.

Is Relationship Counselling Worth it?

This is a good question you need to ask yourself. Let’s think about this now.

How much have you invested in your relationship? Perhaps you have years together with all the ups and downs a real history of companionship brings. Through the highs and lows of togetherness, you got through it.

Having fun together
Having fun together

You may have children together, who you have watched being born – happy days. With whom you witnessed growing up and how tough that can be at times.

Being there for your children
Being there for your children

Perhaps your family is a blended family and you already know the stress and suffering separation and divorce takes on your children’s lives. The upheaval and challenge of co-parenting are not easy.

Money struggles are no fun
Money struggles are no fun
Divorce is not easy
Divorce is not easy

Maybe this is just your latest relationship, where in the past it hasn’t worked out and you are sick of the merry go round pattern. Where you go for few years with a person and it’s great and then it suddenly seems to go kaput. And weh it all seems to go awry and it’s like you don’t even know your partner. Sorry to say they really haven’t changed it’s the love drugs have worn off and you are seeing them for all they are flaws and all.

It started off so well, what went wrong?
It started off so well, what went wrong?

So is relationship counselling worth it? Should you work on your marriage? Why bother you may say after slogging away for so many years it seems hopeless.

So here’s the deal:

  • If you work on your relationship and it cannot be saved, you have lost nothing.
  • If you work on your relationship and save it, you have gained your relationship.
  • If you do not work on your relationship, you have lost the relationship.

From this logic it is perfectly reasonable to work on your partnership. You have nothing to lose and every thing to gain!

So what is the works that can happen? And if doesn’t help you, you’re only out a buck. At least you can say you tried and that’s worth it.

We can all do with a helping hand from time to time.
We can all do with a helping hand from time to time.

Give it a go.  Call us today to begin your gains Call us at 0434 559 011 or 0411 144 646 to begin the changes that will help salvage your partnership from the brink.

You may also email Philipa Thornton at philipathornton@gmail.com or Chris Paulin at k6cjp1@gmail.com.

 

7 thoughts on “Is Relationship Counselling Worth it?”

  1. I think to work on relationship could shift a lot of things in life. I am one of those who if you have every hurt me it takes a while before I will even talk to you. Communication the best medicine for a relationship.

  2. I love how you approach relationship counseling as “an investment” – putting time, energy, and money into a commitment before determining what the final outcome is. If it’s going to have a fair chance, you definitely have to go all in!

  3. Considering the options, counseling makes so much sense. You’re right. What’s to lose? Getting through the tough times can bring you to so much more in the long run. Well worth the effort!

  4. I agree with you…before giving up on any relationship we really do need to know that we gave it all. We spend money everyday on less important matters.

    1. Thanks Nicole,
      it is an opportunity and yes better to have a buy a coffee and have your mate share it with you than a divorce. Costly business.
      Thanks for your comment,
      With Love PHilipa

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