Do you relate to any of these marriage difficulties?
- You have little or no hope for your marriage due to long standing unresolved issues.
- Your marriage is unraveling in a crisis and might not make it without a major intervention.
- You have tried numerous marriage counselors and never gotten to the “real issues.”
- You are currently working with a marriage counselor but feel stuck in gridlock.
- Your marriage counselor has told you that you need more help than what they can offer.
- Your spouse is motivated to work on the marriage but won’t go to traditional weekly counseling.
- Your spouse is in active recovery but you feel alone and know the the marriage needs help.
- You’ve been unable to find a qualified marriage counselor in your area.
Intensive counseling can help marriages even when it’s seems things are beyond hope.
At Restoring the Soul we offer true hope and real help to couples without hope and who have run out of options. We regularly work with couples whose marriages are in major crisis, but who go on to experience major breakthrough during an intensive.
Does your marriage need an overhaul or a tuneup?
Perhaps you’ve heard that money, sex, and parenting are the top three areas of difficulty in marriage. For many couples these common issues can be addressed by getting a “tune-up” at a local counselor or marriage therapists office. For other couples the issues are more complex.
It’s these couples who come to realize that issues like money, sex, and parenting are really just symptoms of a deeper issue. These couples often need an “overhaul” for their marriage and frequently benefit from intensive counseling because of the need to focus on root relational issues beneath the symptoms.
Common issues which bring couples to intensive counseling include:
- Betrayal from infidelity and/or addictive behaviors
- Chronic patterns of conflict, contempt, or criticism
- Lack of emotional and relational intimacy with little ability to connect
- Sexual difficulties or dysfunctions including lack of sexual intimacy
- Unaddressed childhood trauma in one or both partners
- Significant confusion or lack of clarity about what the actual issue is.