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Do the both of you, do you think, want to try to make the relationship work? I asked her. I needed to see how much, if any, motivation was still left with K. and her estranged husband long experience. “I, I just don’t know. I mean I want to try to make it work, it’s what’s best for the kids I think.” She answered me. I listened to what she DID NOT SAY; she did not mention HERSELF. I then new that K. was not yet ready… Another process had to be called for, prior to ant Marriage Counseling attempt.
The ground for a mutual Marriage Counseling work was established. My professional Psychologist assessment triggered the husband to join and participate in a structured Online Marriage Counseling process. No, it was not a quick-fix Relationship Advice; but yes, it was done within less than two months; only six counseling sessions were needed in order for them to move into a different, happier and more equality fulfilling lifestyle.
As a Psychologist I started thinking objectively. What are the real issues occurring here? My client of course was agitated and feeling despair about the whole situation but what was the underlying cause for it all, I wondered. After a little more counseling time with N. it became obvious to me that the biggest issue for HER was the issue of trust. Trust is of course key in any relationship. But what was HIS issue?