With all the differences couples have in terms of personality, background, ideology etc., it’s a wonder healthy relationships exist at all! But relationships in which both partners maintain their individuality and still share a deep passionate connection are entirely possible when couples learn to communicate and avoid common pitfalls.
The first step is simple enough – you need to commit to marriage or couples counseling. It is fairly common for one or both of you to be skeptical that the process will help or that your therapist will be impartial. Rest assured that our methods are entirely non-judgmental and constructive. Sharon L. Ward, MS, LPC, NCC makes every effort to understand the problem from both angles.
It is also important for both partners to understand that the perfect couple does not exist, at least in the sense that they agree on everything and never argue. At Sharon L. Ward, MS, LPC, NCC, my goal is to teach couples how to improve communication to resolve conflicts in a positive manner without hurting either partner. In this type of communication, the primary objective is to avoid blaming your partner or yourself, as that is a sure-fire way to end a constructive argument.
Additional benefits couples can expect from counseling are:
Improved Relationships with Friends, Family and Coworkers
A Loving and Growing Relationship
Enhanced Intimacy and Sexuality
Sharon L. Ward, MS, LPC, NCC has a commitment to make it possible for couples find the love they've always wanted. So whether you’ve never been to couples counseling before or have been unsuccessful in previous attempts, we can help.
For more information, contact Sharon L. Ward, MS, LPC, NCC today, and let her add you to her list of success stories.
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