I believe everyone has the right to be happy.
having said this, marriage is no different.
After I meet and have counsel with the two people. We will talk about weddings, marriage, and what life may bring them in a true sense.
I like to feel I bring calming, but a reality-based
approach to marriage. This is the same approach I have brought to my marriage of 19 Years. Couples have said that I bring the "happiness back into their marriage". I love this article written in Psychology Today.
How to Make Marriage Work
Marriage is the process by which two people make their relationship public, official, and permanent. It is the joining of two people in a bond that putatively lasts until death, but in practice is often cut short by separation or divorce.
Every marriage brings challenges, often profound ones. How a couple manages them often determines whether their relationship collapses or holds firm. Guarding long-term love may require jettisoning misguided beliefs or dysfunctional habits that partners have carried with them for many years.
"Divorce-proofing" a marriage can mean identifying and shoring up a couple's strengths and reinforcing them with new skills and approaches to sharing life together.
Over the course of a relationship that can last as many as seven or eight decades, a lot happens. Personalities change bodies age, and romantic love waxes and wanes. And no marriage is free of conflict.
What enables a couple to endure is how they handle that conflict. So how do people manage the problems that inevitably arise? And how can couples keep the spark alive?