Is Your Marriage Worth Saving?

By Marie Miguel

Have you ever felt that you and your spouse have been fighting almost every day about random and meaningless things? Maybe there are times that you feel like you should just give up on your relationship. You might think, ‘Why bother trying to save such a terrible relationship that is so clearly making us miserable?’ Your marriage wasn’t always this way, was it? At the beginning, it was new and exciting. Now you just want to avoid them at all costs. What should you do?

Communication is Key

If you and your partner are having any sort of relationship problems, almost any issue can be addressed with clear communication. Perhaps it used to be easy to talk to your partner earlier in your relationship, but now, you may feel like you don’t know how to bring things up anymore, let alone discuss your issues constructively. This is one of the many aspects of a relationship that marriage counseling is good for. There are many marriage counselors who specialize in different relationship issues and dynamics, so whatever your difficulty may be, there is a counselor that is right for you and your partner. Seemingly insurmountable issues like infidelity can be addressed and overcome with the right help and techniques.

Too Busy to Talk

Everyone is busy these days. How are you going to find the time to look for a therapist, much less set an appointment that both of you well be able to attend? There is a solution for that as well – consider online marriage counseling. Other than saving you valuable time, benefits include the fact that it is also a more comfortable and accessible medium for those who have trouble talking about their feelings face-to-face with someone who is external to their relationship. In fact, being able to communicate with a therapist through text, online chat, email, or even through a phone call has been extremely beneficial to those having marital problems in general. You and your spouse may find it easier to work with a counselor by talking to each other – and them – through text or online chat. Not having to be in the same room with your other half and/or your therapist can sometimes make you feel less nervous or self-conscious when discussing your relationship struggles.

Save Your Marriage and Your Money

Finances are one of the most common topics that couples argue about. Perhaps it may be a reason why you’re considering marriage counseling in the first place. A large benefit to online marriage counseling is that it is much less expensive than traditional face-to-face counseling. Since your therapist is saving money by not having to pay building rent or leasing costs, buy supplies and furniture to furnish their office, hire and retain employees to work in their office, and not paying utility bills to sustain a brick-and-mortar office, they pass those savings onto you, their clients. In fact, traditional counseling can cost you between $200 and $400 per hour while online counseling on some platforms only costs about $35 to $70 per week.

Is Our Marriage Worth It?

Is your relationship worth saving? Ultimately, only you and your partner can make that judgment for yourselves. However, the fact that you are considering marriage counseling means that you still care about your partner. You owe it to yourself and your partner to give counseling a try. With online therapy, you do not need to set an appointment and move around your whole schedule to get the help you need. You can take things at your own pace, from the comfort of your own home.


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