The reality is, the only people with whom we are responsible for is ourselves. Furthermore, we cannot change anyone other than ourselves.
If you find yourself in a relationship teetering on the edge of constant conflict and uncertainty, there is a path to reclaiming the love and happiness you once shared.
Do you and your partner constantly feel tense, stressed out, and irritated with one another? Maybe you feel as though you, your partner, or both of you are constantly picking on each other for every little thing. Does it feel like you two are always fighting, often about the same things? You’re in crisis mode and you likely feel incredibly stuck, frustrated, and exhausted.
Experiencing anger is a human and crucial emotion. As men, we have to ensure we express it, however, in healthy ways as often as possible, especially in heterosexual relationships.
When we get preoccupied with anxiety, fear, and dread about an upcoming flight, and we try to plan for all the “what if” scenarios, we use our cerebral cortex. Here, we are trying our best to resolve our anxiety and fear. The problem is it has no chance of working. The reason is twofold.
The reality is, through the right kind of infidelity therapy, not only can you heal from what you’ve endured and genuinely learn to trust your partner again, but you can also expect that the two of you will transform yourselves into new, better versions of yourselves. You can anticipate that, by the end of your infidelity therapy journey, you two will become a profoundly stronger relationship than you may have ever imagined.
Life and responsibilities got in the way and they feel disconnected from their partners and are unsure how to reconnect in a meaningful way. The good news—all of those men had hope, and if you’re reading this and are looking for a nudge in the right direction—there is hope for you too!
The 3 floors of the Sound Relationship House are the foundation for a healthy relationship. Here are those 3 ways you can strengthen your bond with your partner and finally stop feeling like you’re always fighting.