Relationships 

Relationship problems are often challenging to deal with

because of the simple fact that relationships are a complex

interactive dynamic where two people are trying to live in harmony but have different ideas of what harmony is.

It does not matter if you are gay straight or bisexual, a

relationship is about people not about sexuality.

Hidden agendas and issues around control, trust and

commitment issues can complicate any marriage or

relationship, sexual problems can leave one partner feeling

embarrassed and isolated, and this can leave the other person

feeling unloved or rejected.

By talking to a therapist on your own or with a partner you

can explore the thoughts and feelings centred on your ability to communicate effectively your emotional needs to others.

Wondering what to do? Thinking about her him or you?

You   do   not   need   to   bring   a   partner   into   therapy   to   seek   help   with   relationships,   you   can   have therapy sessions for relationship problems on your own. Trying to find clarity? Understanding of your anger and frustration and what it means for you Work through confusion and uncertainty Learn to work past a divorce or separation Work on self-esteem issues and confidence issues to improve the quality of your relationship Find new ways to get what you need emotionally that may also improve the physical side of your life Working with issues such as anger you can learn how to understand and use emotions constructively and become more independent

Can online counselling help

me with my relationships?

With relationship counselling over the Internet you can explore the complexity of your internal needs and external experiences to allow a clearer picture of who you are and what you really need from a relationship, it can help you find a new clearer understanding of how to help yourself or even find a new way forward, there maybe quite a difference between what you think you want and what you actually need from a relationship. As social beings we need the company or social interaction with others to fulfil our needs, both emotionally and physically, we need the support network that friendships and family provide us with to help in times of emotional turmoil and need. Some of the most important relationships are the ones that we experience in our childhood, the emotional support that is given or withheld can shape the way we attach to others in the future, our childhood can set the building blocks for our future relationships. As children we are nurtured within a family and social network that provides us with the safe environment to explore our world and to grow emotionally, in time we ourselves are providing the support for others as we grow, but for some this is an ideal that they never fully experience, perhaps from physical, sexual abuse or psychological abuse. The ability to grow emotionally can be replaced with a distorted view of life that can lead to a distorted view of their needs within any relationship. This can have a number of repercussions in later life, from subconsciously (not knowingly) looking for and finding abusive relationships in the future or pushing people away to limit the likelihood of it happening again. Not all people need to have suffered such tragic abuse to find relationships a problem, seemingly simple behaviours can destroy a relationship from within, feelings of insecurity or low self-esteem can lead to a person feeling the need to constantly test the relationship either with constant physical needs like being constantly clingy or demanding lots of sex to unfounded jealousy and out bursts of anger.

Divorce and separation

When a relationship ends it’s not just the end of the relationship but in many ways the end of an existence, as the relationship starts to break down your world can be transformed into a new constantly changing period full of hurt feelings and difficult emotions and choices that may end up placing you in a very different world from the one you used to know and understand so well. Why it has ended or has got to the stage that an end to the relationship is looking all the more likely will have a bearing on how you feel about your partner and more importantly about how you feel about yourself as you struggle to cope in this difficult time. If you are leaving your partner or your partner is leaving you the implications for you can be complex and far reaching, with any children included adding to the complexity and become seemingly unending, children will complicate any future life you have or want. No two divorces or breakups are same because the people involved and the different circumstances are often unique to that situation, including the financial commitments and social fall out for each person involved in this life changing experience. Why you are ending the relationship or why it is ending will be important to you, people end relationships for many reasons starting with falling in love with a new person to ending the abuse they are suffering from within the relationship with their partner or family, if you lose respect for your partner this can also lead to losing love over time. “in my experience I find that people can respect someone they don’t love but cannot love someone they don’t respect and if we lose that respect for the person we love we tend to lose the love we once had for them. When we go through or are starting to experience this all-encompassing change in our life the emotional disturbance can be devastating and it can be hard to cope with the changes constantly altering our old life into something new we no longer know or recognise. The feelings of grief and grieving for what we have lost is a normal reaction and a valid emotional response to the loss, just like when people lose someone to death they will express it in different ways and sometimes react  badly or seemingly on the outside hardly at all. Restarting your life. Sometimes before you can start to move on and restart our life you need to deal with any unanswered questions and leftover emotions that can linger and create the doubt and uncertainty in your new life that may be holding you back. Some counselling can help you sort through some of the issues and get back on track.
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Learn new communication skills

Not many people actually communicate at a level that makes a relationship work, how many times have you felt hurt by a partners actions or words but have never said so, you just ignored or buried it away, or left it simmering until it builds up into a major explosion of anger or frustration. Communication leads to better relationships and online counselling is worth trying before it gets out of hand. Better communication leads to better relationships. When in therapy you can explore the issues surrounding your life in a safe and confidential environment that will allow you the freedom to test new ways of thinking and feeling.

Other benefits  include

Understanding of anger and frustration and what it means for you. End confusion and uncertainty. Learn to work past a divorce or separation. Work on self-esteem issues and confidence issues to improve the quality of your life. Find new ways to get what you need emotionally that may also improve the physical side of your life. Working with issues such as anger you can learn how to understand and use emotions constructively and become more self-assertive without being aggressive.
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Relationships 

Relationship problems are often challenging to

deal with because of the simple fact that

relationships are a complex interactive dynamic

where two people are trying to live in harmony but have different ideas of what harmony is.

It does not matter if you are gay straight or

bisexual, a relationship is about people not about sexuality.

Hidden agendas and issues around control, trust

and commitment issues can complicate any

marriage or relationship, sexual problems can

leave one partner feeling embarrassed and

isolated, and this can leave the other person feeling unloved or rejected.

By talking to a therapist on your own or with a

partner you can explore the thoughts and

feelings centred on your ability to communicate effectively your emotional needs to others. Wondering what to do? Thinking about her him or you? You   do   not   need   to   bring   a   partner   into   therapy to   seek   help   with   relationships,   you   can   have therapy    sessions    for    relationship    problems    on your own. Trying to find clarity? Understanding of your anger and frustration and what it means for you Work through confusion and uncertainty Learn to work past a divorce or separation Work on self-esteem issues and confidence issues to improve the quality of your relationship Find new ways to get what you need emotionally that may also improve the physical side of your life Working with issues such as anger you can learn how to understand and use emotions constructively and become more independent

Can on-line counselling help

me with my relationships?

With relationship counselling over the Internet you can explore the complexity of your internal needs and external experiences to allow a clearer picture of who you are and what you really need from a relationship, it can help you find a new clearer understanding of how to help yourself or even find a new way forward, there maybe quite a difference between what you think you want and what you actually need from a relationship. As social beings we need the company or social interaction with others to fulfil our needs, both emotionally and physically, we need the support network that friendships and family provide us with to help in times of emotional turmoil and need. Some of the most important relationships are the ones that we experience in our childhood, the emotional support that is given or withheld can shape the way we attach to others in the future, our childhood can set the building blocks for our future relationships. As children we are nurtured within a family and social network that provides us with the safe environment to explore our world and to grow emotionally, in time we ourselves are providing the support for others as we grow, but for some this is an ideal that they never fully experience, perhaps from physical, sexual abuse or psychological abuse. The ability to grow emotionally can be replaced with a distorted view of life that can lead to a distorted view of their needs within any relationship. This can have a number of repercussions in later life, from subconsciously (not knowingly) looking for and finding abusive relationships in the future or pushing people away to limit the likelihood of it happening again. Not all people need to have suffered such tragic abuse to find relationships a problem, seemingly simple behaviours can destroy a relationship from within, feelings of insecurity or low self- esteem can lead to a person feeling the need to constantly test the relationship either with constant physical needs like being constantly clingy or demanding lots of sex to unfounded jealousy and out bursts of anger.

Learn new communication skills

Not many people actually communicate at a level that makes a relationship work, how many times have you felt hurt by a partners actions or words but have never said so, you just ignored or buried it away, or left it simmering until it builds up into a major explosion of anger or frustration. Communication leads to better relationships and online counselling is worth trying before it gets out of hand. Better communication leads to better relationships. When in therapy you can explore the issues surrounding your life in a safe and confidential environment that will allow you the freedom to test new ways of thinking and feeling.

Other benefits  include

Understanding of anger and frustration and what it means for you. End confusion and uncertainty. Learn to work past a divorce or separation. Work on self-esteem issues and confidence issues to improve the quality of your life. Find new ways to get what you need emotionally that may also improve the physical side of your life. Working with issues such as anger you can learn how to understand and use emotions constructively and become more self-assertive without being aggressive.

Divorce and separation

When a relationship ends it’s not just the end of the relationship but in many ways the end of an existence, as the relationship starts to break down your world can be transformed into a new constantly changing period full of hurt feelings and difficult emotions and choices that may end up placing you in a very different world from the one you used to know and understand so well. Why it has ended or has got to the stage that an end to the relationship is looking all the more likely will have a bearing on how you feel about your partner and more importantly about how you feel about yourself as you struggle to cope in this difficult time. If you are leaving your partner or your partner is leaving you the implications for you can be complex and far reaching, with any children included adding to the complexity and become seemingly unending, children will complicate any future life you have or want. No two divorces or breakups are same because the people involved and the different circumstances are often unique to that situation, including the financial commitments and social fall out for each person involved in this life changing experience. Why you are ending the relationship or why it is ending will be important to you, people end relationships for many reasons starting with falling in love with a new person to ending the abuse they are suffering from within the relationship with their partner or family, if you lose respect for your partner this can also lead to losing love over time. “in my experience I find that people can respect someone they don’t love but cannot love someone they don’t respect and if we lose that respect for the person we love we tend to lose the love we once had for them. When we go through or are starting to experience this all-encompassing change in our life the emotional disturbance can be devastating and it can be hard to cope with the changes constantly altering our old life into something new we no longer know or recognise. The feelings of grief and grieving for what we have lost is a normal reaction and a valid emotional response to the loss, just like when people lose someone to death they will express it in different ways and sometimes react  badly or seemingly on the outside hardly at all. Restarting your life. Sometimes before you can start to move on and restart our life you need to deal with any unanswered questions and leftover emotions that can linger and create the doubt and uncertainty in your new life that may be holding you back. Some counselling can help you sort through some of the issues and get back on track.
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