When we start to believe that our needs for connection will not be met with our partner, it’s easy to turn our focus onto our own personal desires. Normal responses to this include nagging, petty and repetitive fights, silent treatments, numbing out, outbursts, condescension, having to be right (rather than listening), and purposely avoiding sex.
At Accepting, we see the couple as a unit but also value each partner’s input. Our goal for counseling is to unite both parties instead of having one partner always “being right” and the other always “giving in” each time an argument or disconnect occurs.
Our counselors want you and your partner to enjoy and love each other and to regain emotional and physical intimacy once again.