What is a Healthy Marriage | Marriage Counseling NJ
Help for Your Relationship | Marriage Counseling NJ
Do you feel alone and unhappy in your relationship? Are you getting caught up in negative cycles and patterns? Need help getting to a better place?
It’s very painful to feel alone in a relationship. It can actually feel worse than being alone.
Is your partner there for you? Do you matter to him or her? If you have a few minutes, watch these videos to help you understand what you need to do to improve your relationship.
Videos to help you and your spouse or partner
- What is a healthy marriage?
- How can I tell if my relationship will last?
- How can I tell if my marriage is in trouble?
- Do opposites attract? (And should they?)
What is a Healthy Marriage?
How can I tell if my marriage is in trouble?
Relationship expert Sue Johnson identifies warning signs in a marriage and what you can do to prevent issues from destroying your relationship.
How can I tell if my relationship will last?
Sue Johnson reveals how to tell if your relationship will stand the test of time.
Do opposites attract? (And should they?)
Hold Me Tight Book by Sue Johnson
We hope you find these videos helpful.
Marriage Counseling NJ | Finding a marriage counselor in New Jersey
Does this sound familiar?
- you feel alone, like you don’t matter.
- you distance and isolate when things get bad.
- you attack or feel attacked, criticized and misunderstood.
- you want your spouse to listen and understand what you need.
- you think it’s hopeless and wonder about ending your marriage.
- you rarely have sex (sexual desire problems or not often enough) or show any other type of affection or closeness.
- you feel neglected and/or feel your spouse puts the children first.
- you are coping with trust issues or the betrayal of an affair.
If you’re in need of help, contact us.
Want more information about couples therapy or relationship counseling, see the following:
Dr. Sue Johnson founded the INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR EXCELLENCE IN EMOTIONALLY FOCUSED THERAPY (ICEEFT) in 1998.
“ICEEFT serves as a centre of excellence for the promotion of secure, resilient and successful relationships between partners and within families. Our mission includes the further expansion and refinement of the Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) model through process and outcome research. Another central aspect of our mission is to educate health professionals and to increase public awareness about the efficacy of EFT and its role in strengthening relationship bonds.” Source: Emotionally Focused Therapy