Johan (skuilnaam) het onlangs vir SARIE verhoudingsblog van sy stormagtige huwelik vertel en hoe graag hy dit wil red. Imago-terapeut Grete Becker, wat die SARIE verhoudingsblog behartig, gee vir hom raad.
Sedert ons Imago-terapeut Grete Becker met haar verhoudingsblog begin het, het die vrae ingestroom. Grete beantwoord van die eerstes hier onder:
Verhoudingsblog: Grete beantwoord jóú vrae | SARIE.
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I received Dr Ellen Bader’s,( The Couples Institute), newsletter and thought I will share this with you……….enjoy.
Recently couples therapy has had a hold on the media, or maybe I am just noticing it. While flying to Africa, a magazine in the airport had an advertisement with the headline, “What Couples Therapy Should Look Like”.
A different magazine on the airplane quoted this month’s ‘amazing fact’… spouses who travel in the same direction to work, regardless of the route taken or whether they actually travel together, tend to be more satisfied with each other than couples who don’t travel in the same direction. (Jacqueline Detwiller, Hemispheres Magazine, reporting on a study from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.) And then there’s Hollywood, addressing the question, “Can passion and intimacy last in a long-term marriage?” in its latest release, Hope Springs. If you haven’t yet seen the movie starring Meryl Streep (Kay) and Tommy Lee Jones (Arnold) as a couple in a long-term, dead marriage, it’s worth seeing.And, instead of juicing up the marriage Hollywood-style with an affair, writer Vanessa Taylor takes on the lesser-portrayed marital challenge of rejuvenating a dead marriage with couples therapy.Kay and Arnold sleep in separate bedrooms. He’s gruff. She’s passive. She makes him the same eggs for breakfast every morning. He watches the golf channel. They rarely talk and never touch.