Marriage rates supposedly are on the decline. While it’s an oft-repeated statistic that 50 percent of first marriages end in divorce, that number has remained unchanged for the past 30 years. Divorce rates also vary with the partners’ level of education, religious beliefs, and many other factors.
But when divorce does happen, it results in difficulties for adults as well as children. For adults, divorce can be one of life’s most stressful life events. The decision to divorce often is met with ambivalence and uncertainty about the future. If children are involved, they may experience negative effects such as denial, feelings of abandonment, anger, blame, guilt, preoccupation with reconciliation, and acting out.
While divorce may be necessary and the healthiest choice for some, others may wish to try to salvage whatever is left of the union. When couples encounter problems or issues, they may wonder when it is appropriate to seek marriage counseling. Here are seven good reasons.
I offer counselling for individuals and couples dealing with issues such as stress, symptoms of anxiety and depression, anger, grief, communication & conflict.
Helping clients to find peace of mind, or direction in their lives, work through past hurts or current difficult situations, emotions or relationships. Low self-esteem can affect your life in many ways, limiting your ability to live the life you want. I help clients live fulfilling lives congruent with their values.
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