Coaching for Mixed Agenda Couples
What if you do not know which path to take or your partner wants a different path?
It’s wonderful to know that there are three paths, but which path do you choose? Do you start marriage counseling and some years and thousands of dollars down the drain realize that you and your partner are simply not fit for each other and then get a divorce? Do you do a trial separation that ultimately ends in divorce and possible regret for having not done everything you possibly could to save your marriage to the person that you planned to spend the rest of your life with? Or do you leave things exactly as it is out of pure horror for what the other two options may look like?
What if there was a quick and easy way to figure out what path you and your partner should be on?
Now there is. There’s no reason to arbitrarily choose what path to take and what direction your life, your relationship, and ultimately your family will go in blindly. Through marriage coaching we help couples to figure out exactly which path they should take. Traditionally, all three paths can be emotionally and financially draining if you choose the wrong one.
Staying par for the course can cause great emotional damage, erode trust, create long-term impacts on your ability to form future relationships, and interfere with your ability to learn the skills to save your marriage in the future.
Marriage counseling can be wildly successful for couples where both want to save the marriage. But what if you or your partner aren’t sure if the marriage should be saved? You can end up in marriage counseling for months or years spending thousands of dollars and diving into deep emotional conflicts only to determine that it was not the right path.
And divorces, that are not equally wanted, can lead to contentious legal proceedings that drain bank accounts and last for months, if not years. They can make you question your sense of self, cause emotional damage to children, cause friends and family members to pick sides, and impact your long-term life goals.
Not every couple we work with will remain in their marriage and not everyone will divorce. However, every couple that we work with will know what to do on each path they take. Each couple will have a complete action plan tailored to their relationship and their path that they can move forward with confidently.
Ways to live civilly with one another if you choose to make no other changes
Connections to top-notch marriage counselors to assist you in devoting time and energy into saving your marriage and learning the tools how to do so
areas to address in marriage counseling that will work to rebuild your relationship
outline of what each member commits to working on individually to seek personal growth and self-improvement
Steps to make to consciously uncouple and smoothly go through the divorce process, which can include how to positively coparent, ways to avoid expensive legal battles, and separation resources.
So join us in ending the emotional confusion and struggles you and your partner are currently facing. Gain clear and concise direction on the next steps you will take and which path you should be on in a maximum of five weeks. To get started send us a message now:
What do you do when your marriage is in trouble?
Do you see a marriage counselor or do you see a divorce lawyer? Many people struggle with the decision of what to do when they know their marriage is in trouble. And the reality is that there are three paths you can take.
The first path is to do nothing, stay on the course, live life as it is. Are you happy with your life as it is? Can you foresee you and your partner staying exactly as you are now?
The second path is to get a divorce. To seek out the assistance of mediators, legal counsel, and the court system to put an end to the challenges you and your spouse are currently facing. Are you both ready for divorce?
The third path is to make a commitment to your partner and your marriage and put your best effort in to marriage counseling. Are you both willing to dedicate the time and energy to counseling?