When love and intimacy are replaced by dissatisfaction, quarrels and cooling, both partners suffer. Emotionally Focused Therapy will allow everyone to sort out the tangled tangle of emotions and restore trust and close relationships. Author Sue Johnson lays out the principles of her methodology in a popular way, and real stories and a practical part will help you apply them to your own relationships. Gives the key to the secret door of the relationship mechanism – dialogue. Only by talking to each other will you achieve understanding. You can’t clap your hands with just one hand. Relationships cannot be established if only one partner wants it.
In fact, everyone is different. Creating a family, two completely different people converge, with their own life attitudes. We are also influenced by the parental model of the family, education, and our own views on life.
And even if everything in marriage began harmoniously, at any moment everything can deteriorate. In psychology, there are several main types of family conflicts:
- excessive requirements for a partner or unjustified expectations;
- unwillingness to hear and listen;
- high sense of selfishness;
- different personalities and goals in life.
In some families, the situation worsens with the advent of children. Much more responsibility falls on partners, they have to face many new questions for themselves. And, of course, in such cases there may be misunderstandings.
There are other reasons why partners may even completely forget the feelings that allowed them to come together and form a happy couple.