Marriage Counselling

/Marriage Counselling

Marriage counselling creates a comfortable and non-threatening environment for couples to discuss their relationship and their feeling. Marriage counselling is not a competition but a place where married couples can find clarity and methods for effective communication.

To find more personalised strategies to help your marriage, contact Helen Harrison on 0439 889 969 and make an appointment to visit her private rooms in Cleveland.

Are you filled with resentment and hurt?

By |2017-04-05T13:26:43+10:00February 10th, 2017|Counselling in the Redlands, Couples, General, Marriage Counselling|

So, your relationship is over and your feeling pain like you have never experienced before?  Your mind is like a monkey mind, never turning off and what about the waves of emotion that come in and you feel like your drowning at sea? Am I on the right track as to what’s happening for you?.  Perhaps you’re over the shattering stage, denial and shock stage and you’re so angry and holding on tightly to the resentment because if you let it go they have won? Do you want to be free of all this turmoil, pain, anguish?  If you do read on … Read More

Is your relationship in great shape? Is yours 7 out of 7

By |2017-04-05T13:29:01+10:00January 16th, 2017|Counselling in the Redlands, Couples, Marriage Counselling|

1.Ultimately it all comes down to each of you looking forward to being with your partner at the end of the day. This means you spend quality time together and you genuinely enjoy each other’s company. The extension of this is that you enjoy your intimate times together also. 2. Trust in your relationship is number one. To trust each other totally, are faithful and dependable. To know that a good relationship just doesn’t happen it takes commitment and open and honest communication with each other. 3. You also have mutual goals and dreams together as well as individual goals and aspirations. … Read More

How to have a Happy Marriage

By |2016-10-13T20:53:39+10:00December 7th, 2015|Counselling in the Redlands, Couples, General, Marriage Counselling|

If couples were honest with themselves and with each other the quality of the relationship would increase hugely.  Sometimes, it’s not so much the lack of communication that leads to the breakdown (for after all, aren’t men less talkative and less spontaneous than women?), but the pattern of negative thinking that each spouse continually nurtures. I’ve been working with couples for a number of years now and this is the common theme “Most people do not control their thoughts (self-talk), but they allow their thoughts to control them…for instance, if a man speaks negatively to himself about his wife and he permits … Read More

Do you like to Control?

By |2016-10-13T20:53:44+10:00July 13th, 2015|Counselling in the Redlands, Couples, General, Marriage Counselling|

Do you have everything under control in your life?  Course you do, it’s all perfect?  This isn’t always the case but we try hard to feel this.  We like to feel in control because it creates a sense of certainty or knowing that things are going to plan or are in line with our expectations. But are you actually in control and what do you have control over?  You may be surprised. Did you know the only one you can control is yourself, your circle of control? Or put differently, staying in your business.  You can control your behaviour, your attitude, your … Read More

Marriage and Happiness : So if there’s only way to divorce, but a thousand ways to save your marriage, which path will you choose?

By |2016-10-13T20:53:44+10:00January 22nd, 2015|Counselling in the Redlands, Marriage Counselling|

Do you think married people are healthier and happier, and hence live longer than single or celibate individuals?  For one, there is the emotional support they receive when the going gets rough, and the fact that married life provides the opportunities to sustain communication between two people, even if one of the spouses just wants to vent out.  In fact one of the reasons people say they like being married is the assurance that there is someone they can come home to at the end of a hard day. “For better or for worse” is still very much a strong argument for getting … Read More