Keeping a relationship alive and healthy is a conscious decision that takes work and dedication on both parts. There are lots of different skills needed and much to do for yourself as well as your partner.
For example, you are either in a long-term relationship or a marriage and you find yourself feeling dissatisfied and overwhelmed with that nagging voice that tells you something is not right. You are spot on, something is wrong, something is missing and this is not necessarily to do with your partner.
The first sign of madness is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. If you think you have tried EVERYTHING then reach out and ask a professional or a mentor and try something you have never done before, in fact do the opposite of what you have done in the past.
If you argue about not spending enough time together then block out a week just to be the two of you and go somewhere you won’t be disturbed, turn your phones off, take action!
Often people stop communicating and people stop love making, or caring and asking how each other feel. This is a massive part in a breakdown of a relationships, you must find out your partners love language, how they communicate and like to be communicated with.
Working with Jo Barnett will give you fresh insight into your relationship as well as the coping tools that you need to progress in a healthy direction towards your future.