Proactive Case for Couples Therapy

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Even If Your Marriage Is Happy now, many marriages are in crisis. Marriages can exacerbate mental health issues and marriage can allow you to find happiness and fulfillment. The case for proactive couples’ therapy, or counselling, is crucial. We grow up believing that marriage is happy yet filled with a degree of discord. None of us is really prepared, even those couples attending pre-marriage counselling, although it is an excellent way to start this new […]

Am I marrying the perfect partner for me?

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There is a difference between getting cold feet and feeling doubtful of this major marriage decision. If your concerns are about your compatibility and understanding of your future spouse, you should take this seriously. Cold feet consist of being fearful of the day’s events. Scared of things not going on the day, weather concerns, and so on. Cold feet is nothing about concern for the actual marriage to your chosen partner. If we are hesitant […]

Staying Single is Better than Getting Married, according to new study

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A recent study from the University of California is saying that people who are single have more happiness and lead more fulfilling lives. It goes on to say that marriage is an expected Society requirement, and we are pressured to marry rather than remaining single, it is stereotyping us. This is also saying it is unwise even to live in a committed relationship. It apparently is telling people to stay single and alone without a […]

Marriage Expectations

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When we are about to get married or have recently married, I ask “What Marriage Expectations do you have for your relationship?’ Most of the time I get blank stares, even asked from some couples, ‘are we supposed to have one?’ Fact is, Yes, you should. Why should you? To know what it is you want and expect and to then work towards achieving it. If we have no real expectation, how then do we move […]