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Marriage Therapy Questions

Marriage Therapy Questions

Marriage Therapy Questions

The following is a group of marriage therapy questions that you may find useful with your spouse or to use on your own. They were designed by me in the attempt to get my clients on the same page and to clearly understand the expectations and ideas of what each partner desires in a relationship. It is a good idea from time to time to ask these questions. Couples tend to get lost in the shuffle and expectations and frustration tend to build quickly.

Marriage Therapy questions

  • What are you working on individually that you were not before? What improvements do you notice in yourself? ( List those things that your doing for yourself and only what you notice in yourself.) Ex. I am starting to go to the gym and focus on my anxiety. I find that when I do, I do not seem to want to take out my frustrations on others.
  • What are you looking for in a partner in terms of how you would like a relationship to look? Do not worry about each other getting upset. Paint your own new picture. Be honest. EX: I want an equal partnership that is shared with some common goals and realistic expectations.
  • Do think or don’t think the relationship can or will work out. If so what is your part to own and what action must be taken? Ex: I do think the relationship can work out if I own the fact that I play a role in the arguments getting out of control.
  • What are two things you can say you are accountable for in the way the relationship gets out of hand? What is your plan to work on those aspects?
  • Do you want to be in the marriage. If so why? If not why?
  • What are your expectations so you both are on the same page?
  • A Loving marriage is:
  • If I could ask one thing of you it would be:
  • Are you happy in terms of the amount of quality time spent with each other?
  • What are your expectations for this marriage?
  • Do you see that you play a role in the communication becoming ineffective?

Marriage Therapy Questions

Seek Help

If your struggling to answer these questions then maybe you need to seek counseling. There are several benefits to seeking help for your marriage. Understand my approach and how I can help you to both build bridges instead of tear them down.

Marriage Therapy Questions
Marriage Therapy Questions

If your struggling to answer these questions then maybe you need to seek counseling. There are several benefits to seeking help for your marriage. Understand my approach and how I can help you to both build bridges instead of tear them down.