Counselling & Therapy

Keeping Your Sanity When In A Relationship

How many of us have gone through that phase when we have gotten so fed up with maintaining relationship, that we have broken it off simply because we can’t put with all the hassle of keeping the peace with the other person? The need to explain yourself each time you say something, the need to double check if the correct message has been sent across and the need to change yourself to make the other person happy. All this comes as part and parcel of being in a relationship with someone. But throughout the whole process of it there are many number of times when we think if all that we are doing is actually worth it. Whether all the sacrifices we are making it really worth the effort. The secret to successIf you go for couples counselling the first thing they will ask you is whose fault you think it is that things have gotten this bad. And you will not find one single person who will raise their hand and say that it’s their fault. Most couples will end up blaming each other for all that has transpired through the course of events. And it is exactly this point my friends that has brought all this trouble. The fact that we are never ready to accept our mistakes. We are never ready to agree with the other person because we think we are always right.

And there for everything should happen the way we think it should and the way we plan it. Because any other way is the wrong way. And any type of relationship counselling Gold Coast will begin with sing you to reflect on all that has gone wrong and come up with an honest answer as to whose fault it is. By doing some reflecting what you actually do is, go back in time, think about what you did, play the scenes back in your mind and think, what would have happened if you had reacted in a different manner. What would have happened if you had said something different, if you had say what you did in a different way.

All of his will play through your mind and maybe you come with a logical explanation as to why the other person reacted in the way they did and so on. And this is always considered a healthy beginning to starting a relationship again. Because if you can reason things out in your head then it will prevent you from saying and doing things that you might later go on to regret. So don’t let any relationship become a burden to you. Because if you do then things are only going to go downhill from there onwards.