How has Covid Targeted Couples?The past year has been exceptionally hard on everyone from quarantine, finances to fear. We have been challenged in a way we could have never prepared for. While we have all taken an emotional, mental and physical toll from these external events we have been forced to face things we may have been neglecting or unaware of. Couples were forced to spend extended amounts of time together and past unresolved issues and conflicts arose.
“Therapy is for Couples Who Have Problems”Even the strongest relationships can benefit from therapy. Therapy seems to have a stigma around it, people make assumptions or generalizations. “Therapy is for couples who have problems”, “Therapy is a last resort”, “Therapy is for people who are unhappy”. While all these still hold truth counselling can not only save your relationship but drastically improve it. Feeling like your missing that spark you once had, feeling disconnected from your partner or struggling to communicate with them can all be a reason to seek outside help. Having a third party as a professional mediator can completely change the communication dynamic. It’s so easy to get caught up in life’s daily tasks and events and sometimes our partners get put on the back burner.
Therapy provides a safe and non-judgemental space for you and your partner to focus on one thing – each other. Everything in life needs maintenance in order to work, but you don’t want just a “good” relationship. Having an exceptional relationship especially requires effort. Don’t settle for average or “we’re fine”. Take the time to show yourself and your partner how important it is to you to live a life with purpose and meaning. Rejuvenate Counselling offers a customized individual approach to each and every couple. Relationships are all unique and we can be there with you in any phase or setback you are facing. Don’t keep putting off the work until you overflow. Reach out to us today through our contact page or booking link and we can discuss creating a plan that is comfortable and made for you.
Don’t Settle for “We’re Fine”