Experiences Relationship Therapy
My husband has cheated and so we go back to ‘doctor Rossi’, I say to one of my best friends. It is not that we do not understand each other or that we do not communicate with each other or that our feelings do not allow, but every time in the session with Jacqueline I learn something new about how much we can understand each other on a deeper level our feelings can be and further increase the connection. I would recommend it to everyone!
My last attempt was relationship therapy. My husband wanted more sex and we ended up arguing more and more about it. I thought about a penopause and I thought you go to the doctor. That was my first defense mechanism. The second was that I thought ‘successful men of 45 years old who just want more sex’. Then I noticed that I was also stuck in my own stress and also had a bit of depressed feelings because I no longer saw a way out. I was not aware that our relationship was not good. In my view it was fine. I was quite shocked by that.
I talked to my friends about it and also what I read about it or what I saw on TV I thought ‘people who go into relationship therapy, they only separate’. We talked a lot at home together to get our relationship better and also watched youtube videos about flirting with your partner if you have been married for a long time. It seemed hopeless. In the end, I agreed to relationship coaching, although I didn’t feel like it at all. I only knew the horror stories of breaking up. And I thought if this is the only solution, well then do it.
I never knew relationship coaching could be so much fun. What we have heard and discovered here about ourselves and our relationship gives me a lot of energy. It’s just fun to research this and discover that we are now coming out together again. I really had fun and discovered new things.
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