True enough, getting help from someone else may seem to be unnecessary at times, but more often than not, it’s when you’re holding back in asking for help when you need it the most. It’s only human to take pride in yourself and handle things on your own, but in a marriage situation where everything is falling apart, asking for professional help can always do you and your spouse good.
You won’t even have to engage in couples’ therapy for this if your spouse is not willing to go. Sometimes, looking at your own baggage and dealing with your own issues with a coach’s help can help you loads in turning things around than if you were to do it on your own.
Friends are a good option but are oftentimes biased toward you or your partner and may not have the best insight possible and in most cases, will do you more harm than good even though it’s not their intention to do so.
The Trouble With Pride
You know your issues well, so why shouldn’t you single-handedly work through them? The answer is simple: because things may be worse than how you perceive the situation to be. Would you really wait until the last minute to solve a problem? It’s like experiencing symptoms and going to the hospital at the last minute, don’t you think?
Not reaching for help can be a major source for depression. People need to find healthy ways of coping and studies show that simply talking about the problem or issue can help unload some of the baggage. After all, we’re all humans and we need to have a healthy outlet for our emotions, don’t we? The thing is…. if you’re already reading these articles, then you may have already gotten to a point where your spouse may have already been tuned out and may no longer be that outlet for you – it happens. The good news is a certified coach who knows what he’s doing is that safe outlet.
Not only do you need unbiased help right now, you also need it from someone who makes a living out of it. Simply put, he’s successful at it because since he knows what he’s doing. Get support from Brad Browning’s coaching program, which has worked for so many people over the years. He’s widely known as a breakup expert and is the author of the “Ex Factor Guide” which many of you may have heard of. He has also posted many Youtube videos. Now has also released his latest book “Mend the Marriage” and as a professional coach myself, I admire this man’s work!
The 2 Common Pitfalls to Avoid
Again, make sure your pride doesn’t get in the way in asking for help when you really need it. You’re gonna be glad that you did!
Not looking at a situation objectively is another mistake many people make but refuse to admit. A situation can get really tricky if you’re in it, but you have to do a hindsight 20/20 which can be truly hard to do. I’m not saying it’s impossible; just very challenging. When was the last time you separated your emotions from logic?
The e-book entitled “Mend the Marriage” offers a very clear view of what you can do to help your marriage and get support from your most troubling issues in marriage to eventually get things back on track.Share