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Marriage, Relationship, and Couples Counseling

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Couples everywhere have times in their relationships when they doubt the reasons they are still together. If you feel that your marriage or relationship is in danger of falling apart, or you think things have gotten into a rut and you aren’t sure how to work out of it, marriage and relationship counseling is something that you and your partner should consider.


Marriage and relationship counseling can be a positive experience that teaches you and your partner how to effectively communicate again without hurtful remarks or accusations. You can discuss your feelings without being defensive or hurting your partner and this type of counseling can help with those discussions.


You might think that once you or your spouse has had an affair that there will never be trust in the relationship again. Couples counseling can help you get back that trust that you used to enjoy. Even if you’ve never trusted your partner, counseling can teach you how to bring that aspect to your relationship.


Ignoring a problem from within the relationship will not resolve it. In fact, over time you may continuously grow apart from your partner until you find that you have nothing in common at all. Before the situation gets worse, seek couples counseling to save your relationship from falling apart.


You may be surprised to hear certain things that your spouse says in marriage counseling that he or she has never said before. This is a wonderful opportunity to open up and say the things that you’ve needed to say in a non-accusatory way.


Couples have found that couples counseling has brought them closer together than ever. They’ve developed a closer bond, and they now have the tools to keep that bond tight and unchanging. They cannot imagine what might have happened to their relationship if they had not attended counseling together.


There is no shame in seeking marriage counseling when your marriage is in trouble. In fact, seeking help for the problem shows that you are still committed to the relationship and want it to survive. You are doing your part to remedy the situation and want to move on to happier times with your spouse.


If your marriage or relationship is in trouble, seek counseling to help you move past these troubling times. You will learn how to communicate more effectively, make better decisions regarding your relationship, and develop a better bond with your partner.


About Us: Christopher Diggins is a licensed therapist who wants to help you and your partner through your relationship issues. Please visit his website at or call 206-930-7780 for more information.


Christopher Diggins, MA, LMHC

1424 NE 155th St #206, Shoreline

Langley/Island County, WA,

United States, 98260

Contact No. 206-930-7780

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