Marriage Guidance Counselling Edinburgh

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Marriage Care
0131 452 8240
100 Strathearn Road
Edinburgh
Registration Of Births Deaths & Marriages
01506 884680
200 Main St, East Calder
Livingston
Womens Aid
01506 413721
92 Ivanhoe Rise
Livingston
Mairi Mcleod
0131 4477742
26 Canaan Lane
Edinburgh
Marriage Care
0131 4528240
Gillis Centre
Edinburgh
Scottish Marriage Care
0131-623 8919
100 Strathearn Rd
Edinburgh
Citizen Advice Bureau
01506 432977
Suite 7 Shiel House Craigshill
Livingston
Wilson Counselling
07830 125137
Centrex House/F5 Simpson Parkway/Kirkton Campus
Livingston
Christian Fellowship Of Healing
0131 2286553
6 Morningside Road
Edinburgh
Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Society Lothians
0131 6226263
177 Colinton Road
Edinburgh
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Common Relationship & Marriage Problems

Common Relationship Problems

Common Problems

Relationships are constantly changing; they may include perfect moments but in a sustained relationship there are many highs, lows and lengthy plateaus. Even in strong partnerships there will be times when changes happen and you may hit rockier patches.

Relationship problems can be trigged by a multitude of issues. Sometimes major life events such as job loss or illness can cause significant personal and relationship stress which tests the partnership to breaking point.

Some relationships labour under the pressure of one partner suffering an addiction or substance abuse problem. Often sexual issues can create tension and due to the nature of the subject matter some people are reluctant to talk things through, leading to a breakdown in communication. Many relationships continue to function, albeit imperfectly, through infidelity or physical abuse .

The stress of managing money or children can slowly affect the health of a relationship; when you are too busy dealing with the pressures of everyday life it is sometimes easier to simply ignore the effects on your relationship.

If you think your relationship is in trouble then you are probably right. However, many issues and problems can be resolved and they don't have to mean separation or divorce. If you still have a connection, have been together for a long time or you have children, you may want to try and salvage a relationship rather than walk away.

Whatever is concerning you, the first step is to acknowledge the problem exists and then to understand the root cause of the problem before finding the tools, support and guidance to help you to cope and move forward positively.

Whatever your problem someone else has faced it as well. The following sections draw upon the advice and experience of people who have survived and sustained their relationships through significant crises.


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