Dr. Frank Gunzburg - Marriage Friendly Therapist for Over 35 Years Providing Marriage Help to Couples
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Since you're reading this page, I can guess you have a troubled marriage. This is an awful state of affairs, but just like a serious physical illness, you might be able to turn it around. I can show you the path to create a relationship that is intimate, passionate and satisfying, even if one of you had an affair. Even spouses on the brink of divorce have re-created their relationships.
Marriage is a journey, and sometimes we make wrong turns and get lost. I can help you get back on the right track to make your marriage better than ever. Quite a few of my clients come to me almost without hope after having tried other avenues of marriage help. These same couples tell me they find my style particularly helpful. Will you? --Dr. Frank Gunzburg
You're probably wondering if your marriage can be saved. Remembering back to your early days together, perhaps you can remember the joy and excitement of being together and wanting to spend time with each other.
Somewhere along the way, as responsibilities and other factors of daily living grew, the love in your relationship fizzled.
Now, recently, something happened to create an awareness of what's lacking in your marriage and you still have some small hope that maybe it's not too late to repair your marriage.
I've helped countless marriages in over thirty-five years of counseling, and I know that if you want to improve your relationship for the better, you probably can. For example, if you are not treating each other like best friends, I can teach you the basics in just a few sessions.
Imagine what it would be like to have your spouse treat you as his or her best friend and lover. For most couples this is like a dream come true.
If divorce is looking like a viable option, you're probably feeling discouraged and thinking there is no cure for your marital problems. The divorce rate in the U.S. is about 50%, so you are not alone in thinking that divorce is the solution.
Many of the couples I work with are on the verge of divorce and come to me as a last resort. What is heartwarming is that many times these last-ditch efforts do work.
If you are like most people on the verge of divorce, you are probably thinking to yourself, "What good would it do to get our relationship back to the way it was-that's been lousy for years."
You might find this difficult to imagine in your current state, but I say that if you are going to repair your relationship and stop divorce, you need to make your marriage better than it ever was and I know it is possible because this is the work I do.
Is the old spark for your spouse gone? Has your marriage deteriorated to being housemates without being lovers?
I believe that once you put a marriage together with love and passion, the two of you can bring back that passion no matter how dead you might think your feelings are.
I believe that you can repair your marriage so that it is better than ever because I observe this remarkable change in couples after I teach spouses to be best friends. Of course, you need to be committed to making your relationship work and to follow through on the exercises.
A common scenario is when one spouse or the other is using his or her thoughts to fall out of love instead of thinking thoughts that would encourage falling in love. Some spouses just need to have this pointed out and he or she implements the change. Others ask me for thought retraining in order to start falling in love again.