Some couples go for counseling in Orlando, and it works for them while for some others, things don't work out after counseling. It makes people wonder what went wrong. The truth is, going for counseling is not a guarantee that the relationship will work. Those that counseling worked for played a role in making it work for them because they wanted their relationship to work. So, what differentiates marriages that work after seeking counseling in Orlando from those that do not work? Let's see some of the factors responsible for whether or not a marriage works out after counseling.
Unfortunately, some people go for counseling in Orlando because they think the marriage counselor will give them the go-ahead to end the marriage. in our encounter with different couples, some have walked in saying, "We are here so we can tell our kids or anybody who asks that we tried our best, but it didn't work." For this type of couples, they are only interested in ticking the counseling box of the list of things to do before a divorce. This kind of mindset leaves no room for counseling to work. An open mind to possibilities and reason makes counseling work, but a lot of couples do not know this.
Going for counseling is not to change your spouse or highlight all of the things they did wrong. Counseling is to help you make what exists work and not to turn things around. If you are all about proving that your spouse is the cause of all the problems you have in your marriage then, counseling in Orlando is not for you.
Have you paused to wonder if your partner is not the one with all of the problems? Have you taken a look at yourself? Have you considered listening to opinions about yourself and how you can change? These are the things counseling in Orlando will do for you, but if you are not willing to make changes, counseling will not work for your marriage.
If your relationship is headed for the rocks and you decide to go for counseling, for it to work, you have to take it as an important step in fixing things. If you don't take it as a priority, you will not put in the efforts, and if you do not put in the efforts, you will get no positive results. Some marriages have ended because they did not consider counseling in Orlando as important.
These are the things that struggling relationships must take note of if they want their relationships to work out. If you have concluded within yourself that you are done with the marriage/relationship, you don't need to go for counseling for that to happen. If you have some hope, however, and are willing to make it work, you can go in for counseling at Orlando Thrive Therapy. Book a session by calling 407 592 8997.
Heather Oller is a licensed Orlando therapist at Orlando Thrive Therapy, Coaching & Counseling who specializes in counseling Orlando couples, individuals, and families who are seeking changes in their lives. She has been a mental health professional for over 17 years and is a practicing Orlando counselor that specializes in conflict resolution for couples. You can contact her for an appointment or call 407-592-8997 for more information.