How to tell if your marriage is in trouble

  • How can I know if my marriage is in trouble?

  • If we fight, what does that say about our marriage?

  • Can we hope for happiness if we aren’t “soul mates”?

  • Why can’t we communicate with each other when we need each other the most?

Over the past several decades, research in marriage therapy and attachment (the study of how we bond in love relationships) has helped us to find empowering answers to these questions. In this brief video, world-renowned therapist and EFT founder Sue Johnson shares some of these vital insights into creating loving, secure bonds with those who matter most.

Problems and challenges are part of life; but as we pay attention to our marriages and work hard to maintain loving connections with each other, life can also provide great richness, warmth, fun, and courage. If you are tired of feeling disconnected by your challenges, and if you would like to be part of the solution by turning toward each other rather than against or away from each other, seek help today from a couples therapist trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy.


About Paul Sigafus

I'm Paul - the Director of Colorado Counseling Center and a Certified EFT Couples Therapist & Supervisor. My passion is helping people learn how to love each other and themselves, because I know from personal experience that the best way to grow stronger is to grow together. My enthusiasm for being a marriage counselor notwithstanding, I find my greatest joy and passion in life in loving my wife and children, and in creating with them a life full of warmth, love, joy, gratitude, and togetherness.

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