Relationship Strategies

Having a successful relationship is the most important and yet the most difficult aspect of our lives. How much of our behavior in relationships has been programmed from childhood? What role does the subconscious mind play in who we choose in relationships and why? Tom will help you learn the answer to these questions as well as how to return to the honeymoon stage of your relationship.

In many forms of relationship counseling, Tom Zegan will bring up relationship communication as part of his Relationship Strategies. Since statistics show that 60% of marriages end in divorce, one reason may be that many couples don't seek relationship counseling until it's way too late. Most people who have tried relationship counseling believe it works and couples who have split often say they wish they had tried counseling first to help improve their relationship.

"Most people realize that getting rid of your partner does not get rid of the problem because half the problem is yours," says Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil, author of Make Up, Don't Break Up (Adams Media Corporation, 1999). "You can walk out on your marriage, but you can't run away from yourself — no matter how hard you try," she says.

One of the biggest challenges for most couples is learning how to stop blaming each other so that they can work through the troubled times without the power struggles. Relationship counseling offers a safe haven for couples to express their needs and fears and effectively resolve anger and conflict.

"More relationships break up because people don't know how to communicate with each other," says Tom Zegan. But with the right counseling and a little practice, couples can learn the skills to save their relationships.

"Sex is only 10% of a Good Marriage and 90% of a Bad One." - Tom Zegan

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