13 – Couples therapy: How to improve your sex-love relationship, by Dr Jim Byrne, Doctor of Counselling
Do you need help
with your romantic relationship?
Are you experiencing unhappiness in your marriage or couple relationship? Are you looking for
relief from the stress of a relationship that is not working as well as it used to? Do you crave a loving relationship,
but find yourself involved in irresolvable conflict and misery?
What can I do to help?
I am a Doctor of Counselling with more than 15 years experience
of helping couples to improve their relationships, and to lead a happy, married or co-habiting life. A recent couple
gave me this feedback:
“Every time we come to see you, our relationship gets better and better; and now we have reached
a plateau which is so much better than the place we were at when we first came to see you. We are so much happier”.
They had no idea what
it was that I did to bring about this healing of their relationship problems; and all I know is it has something to do with
what I teach: models, principles and rules of relationships. The skills required to live happily together!
And now I want to make
those solutions available to you.
Teaching the client about the nature of love is one of the most difficult challenges a counsellor
faces: “There are no short-cuts to
understanding what love is. If someone has been deprived of the crudest infantile experience of love then he might be
permanently crippled or, at least, have great difficulty in learning later what the word can mean. In learning what
it symbolizes, I need to re-write my autobiography over and over again. To grow is to re-organize the past now
and to move into the future”.
Robert F. Hobson, Forms of Feeling: The heart of psychotherapy, Page 212. (25)
love yourself enough to give yourself this gift?
Now you can learn about how to use and apply these models, principles and rules
of relationship, without ever coming to see me. You can get all this helpful and healing learning from studying my web
page: Resource 13 – Couples therapy: How to improve your sex-love relationship. Wouldn’t you like to be
able to look up the problem you are having – on my web page – and see the answer to your problem, spelled out
in simple, clear detail? What to do; how to do it; and why it is important to do it.
Couples Therapy and counselling help for emotional, behavioural and relationship
problems or communications breakdowns
By Dr Jim Byrne, Doctor of Counselling, in Hebden Bridge;
and by telephone all over the world.
relationships are a result of a commitment to being loving, and a rejection of anger, hatred, selfishness, and other negative
Doctor of Counselling
is only known to those who love". Anonymous
is short and we have not too much time for gladdening the hearts of those who are travelling the dark way with us. Oh,
be swift to love! Make haste to be kind". Henri Frederic Amiel
"The moment I start arguing (with you) I can be sure I am not sure of myself". K.
(Learn to fight fair; to be assertive, and not aggressive
Beyond the need to avoid the negative emotions of anger, hatred, unhealthy jealousy, and so on, it is argued by Dr
Erich Fromm, a famous psychoanalyst, that the art of loving is based upon four key principles,
which include: Care, respect and responsibility. Based on this definition, you could train yourself
to remember to ask yourself:
# Do I care for my partner? Do I show by my words
and actions that I care for my partner? Does my partner clearly feel cared for by
me (as revealed by their words and actions)?
# Do I respect my partner?
Do I show by my words and actions that I respect my partner? Does my partner clearly feel
respected by me (as shown by their words and actions)?
# Do I take responsibility for my
side of my sex-love relationship? Do I show by my words and actions that I
am an actively responsible (rather than passively irresponsible) partner? Does my partner
clearly feel/believe that I am taking an equal, joint responsibility for
our relationship (as shown by their words and actions)?
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Content of this
On this page, you will find:
Helpful, informative, empowering quotations…
Principles of healthy and happy relationships…
Guidelines on how to apply
Helpful book reviews, and links to helpful books on happy relationships…
Six video clips designed to coach you through
some essential learning and personal growth…
Advice on how and why you should always avoid getting involved in extra-marital
Eighteen of the most important principles of how to manage a happy couple relationship.
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