A bad marriage has repercussions far beyond a husband and wife – it can have a deleterious effect on the children and extended families too. Despite the fact that happy marriages contribute to a child’s well being, numerous couples admit that their relationship is plagued by infidelity, boredom, verbal abuse, “roommate syndrome”, or the lingering threat of divorce.
Even when it feels like there’s no chance for improvement, there are methods for restoring relationships and making a marriage work. Rekindling the connection can be one way to set a positive example for the children.
My approach to counseling is unlike others. Marriage Fitness helps couples focus on the present and the future rather than analyzing the past. While typical forms of therapy ask couples to work on their communication tactics and dredge up old issues, that is not what brings love, laughter, and intimacy back into a relationship.
The main goal of Marriage Fitness is to strengthen relationships by healing hurt and restoring love.
Children are more aware of their parent’s marital satisfaction than moms and dads often realize. Improve your marriage for the benefit of your personal contentment, as well as the emotional well-being of your son or daughter.