Nearly all relationships go through difficult phases – it can feel awful.
Right now you might find it hard to
You’d be better together if you could for example
You can find lots of ways to help yourself. Our wellbeing tips are a good place to start – have a look at hear and be heard and body language.
If self-help’s not enough, talking therapy is an option. You’re not alone, thousands of couples face difficulties each year and the latest stats show that 42% of marriages end in divorce. So it’s good to talk.
For many couples it’s easier to communicate honestly together with someone who’s outside the situation and impartial. Your therapist will help you learn how to voice your wishes effectively and hear your partner’s. You’ll both gain understanding of your needs in a relationship and what pushes your emotional buttons, so you can choose to be different with your partner. Your therapist will
Where one partner truly wants the relationship to end, couple therapy can help you separate with dignity.
Talking therapy can help you turn your life around - you're one step away from getting help to be better together.