There are times in all relationships when things don't run smoothly. Often, this is because people have conflicting expectations, are distracted with other issues, or have difficulty expressing what is on their minds in ways that other people can really hear and understand what is being said. Sometimes they just don't know what to do to make a good relationship.
The way you talk (or don’t talk) to your partner can cause a lot of distress and tension. It is vital to sit down calmly with your partner and discuss rationally any problems that may be occurring in your relationship not pretend the problems don't exist or will go away. Target the problem and try to work it out together.
Relationship Counselling can help you to make the most of your relationships, past, present or future.
For an overview of Counselling including how it works and how it could help you, go to nhs.uk.
To find a counsellor near you, follow this link.
Relate is the country’s largest provider of relationship support and have over 70 Centres across the country and a network of counsellors working at 600 locations as well as by phone and online.
They provide relationship counselling for individuals and couples; family counselling; counselling for children and young people and sex therapy as well as informal workshops for people at important relationship life stages.
You can contact Relate by:
To find your nearest Relate Centre or Counsellor go here.
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