Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching, and as much as you may try to ignore it, images of red hearts and happy couples seem to be everywhere. When you’re not feeling the love this year, it can be challenging to navigate this holiday. Dr. Joel Kuppersmith offers couples counseling on Long Island to help couples through this emotional holiday and find healthy ways to work through their differences and build a stronger marriage. Continue reading for some tips on getting through Valentine’s Day when your marriage is in crisis.
Anniversaries, birthdays, family occasions, and holidays can feel like plagues when you’re in the middle of a marriage crisis. Valentine’s Day can be a tough time that triggers painful emotions for many couples. For whatever reason you find your marriage in crisis, Dr. Joel Kuppersmith is here to help you work through those things. Here are some valuable tips to help you navigate Valentine’s Day when your marriage is in crisis:
When you and your spouse are in an emotional rut, you may be unclear about what to do. If you still love your spouse and want to work to make your marriage work, couples counseling on Long Island may help your relationship succeed. Taking this holiday to set aside big expectations for romance or gifts will give you time to focus on communicating gently together.
If you find that your marriage is in crisis and would like help navigating conflict patterns and improving your communication, Dr. Joel Kuppersmith is here to help. There is no time like the present to use Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to reconnect with your partner and extend the olive branch. Be sure to contact us today to learn more about couples counseling on Long Island.