Do You Know the Keys to a Successful Marriage or Relationship?

  • Do you want to be a better husband, wife or partner?
  • Do you want to learn how to communicate better in your most important relationships?
  • Do you want to improve your relationships?
  • Do you want to strengthen you and your partner’s intimate bond?

After the initial phase of falling in love, being in a healthy, committed relationship requires certain skills that most of us are never taught. You may love your partner and overall your marriage may be good, but you still wonder how to make it better. The demands and stressors of life might get in the way of spending quality time together, and when you do find time together, the emotional and physical passion you once enjoyed is now lacking. Even though the “honeymoon phase” of your relationship is over, you may crave a little more zest in your relationship.

Every Relationship Could Use Improving

DANIELLE DETORA_Relationship building leavesIf you and your spouse are struggling to connect, you are not alone. Pop-culture often perpetuates misguided fantasies about love and happily ever after, but as you may know, being in a long-lasting, loving partnership doesn’t just magically happen. It requires care and responsibility on a regular basis from both partners.

Maintaining balance and joy in your relationship can be hard work and it’s very common for couples to occasionally experience a lull. Relationships are like living, growing organisms. They constantly adapt to accommodate new environmental changes. If couples don’t invest the time and energy to learn the skills to adapt with new changes, the relationship can become stagnant. Allowing your relationship the space that it needs to breathe and grow requires a certain level of mindfulness and communication that most couples are never taught. If you feel like your relationship is just okay, relationship building therapy can help you and your partner take your marriage to the next level.

Relationship Building Therapy Can Help You and Your Partner Foster a Strong Bond

DANIELLE D_Relationship buildingIn relationship building therapy, you and your partner can explore your needs and desires in a unique space, outside the demands of daily life, and learn more about yourselves and each other. No matter how long you have been together or what challenges you have faced, I can teach you how to build a strong and healthy intimate bond.

In a safe, compassionate space you and your partner can connect in ways you may never have before. You will learn how to communicate more effectively so that you feel heard, understood and cared for. I will also help you better identify the dynamics of how you love and communicate so that you can develop specific ways to deepen your connection and feel more satisfied and fulfilled overall.

The truth is, we all grow and change with every new experience that we have. As you grow and change, so does your partner and your relationship. It’s a natural process that can create shifts in how you feel and experience love. Relationship building therapy can help you and your partner acquire the skills you need to foster a long-lasting healthy relationship. With over 15 years of experience, I am confident that I can help you both find a deeper and more fulfilling connection.

When both partners are willing to bring some level of commitment to building a good relationship, the results can be amazing. Learning how to become a better husband, wife or partner can also help you feel more balanced and confident in yourself. No matter what stage of love you are feeling with your partner, my expertise can help you both catapult your relationship into a new level of emotional connection that you never knew was possible.

You may still have some questions about relationship building therapy…

We have a good relationship already; will therapy change that?

Even couples who have been together a long time and have a fairly strong bond report learning new things about their partner and themselves that positively affected their relationship.

We just don’t have the time and money.

I understand that therapy is a commitment and it’s hard to find the time and money to make it a priority. However, think about how much better your life would be if one of your most important relationships was improved or even optimal. Taking the time to strengthen your relationship now can help you feel more confident in your ability to maintain healthy relationships throughout your life.

Therapy makes people feel uncomfortable and stirs up emotional issues. We only want to focus on the positive parts of our relationship.

The therapy process includes enhancing positive aspects and reevaluating aspects that require strengthening or growth. Creating a safe space to communicate is paramount in how I work. Any possible discomfort will soon become a catalyst for growth and change.

What kinds of couples do you work with?

I work with all types of couples:

  1. Heterosexual and GLBTQ
  2. Married, living together, or dating for a few months or many years

If you are interested in relationship building therapy, I invite you to call me at 781-862-6772 for a free 15-minute phone consultation.