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Relationship Problems? Don’t Wait until it’s Too Late! 

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According to Recent Research, the following signs are proven symptoms of relationship deterioration that are associated with a greatly increased probability of breakup or divorce:

  1. Feeling Distant
  2. Increase in Arguing or Negativity
  3. Lack of Affection
  4. Increase in Anger, Hostility and/or Sarcasm
  5. Avoidance of Each Other; Stonewalling
  6. Trust Issues (affairs; hiding cell phone/texting; suspicious absences)

If You're Having One or More of the Signs Listed Above, Be Sure to Take Some Action Soon to Improve Your Situation.

Each couple is unique, and therefore, the problems they bring into the relationship are unique.  Many couples simply lack skills in the areas of communication, anger management, commitment, conflict resolution and/or intimacy skills. Additionally, couples often bring to the relationship unresolved emotional issues that were created within their earlier families of origin. You may not know how to successfully resolve ongoing hurts/resentments; betrayal of trust; affairs; cheating or other infidelity-related issues; verbal abuse; anger; and/or distance/lack of closeness in your relationship.

The good news? These skills can be taught to motivated couples. In our 20+ years of experience, the actions which result in the most effective and longest-lasting results are:

 

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