Relationships most of the time tends to follow a specific pattern. Meeting someone, starting to like them and spending time together, becoming intimate and all such things follow the trend. But after a few months, both of you start to realize the reality in relationship and come down from clouds. You then start to think whether you really like that person, whether the person is actually ‘the one’ for you? The challenge here is one of the couple may feel that this one of the relationship for life but the other one feeling different and thinking to break-up.
However, the memory of good times provoke us to save the relation and allow us to think that there may certainly be some reasons which are letting this happen and thus what most of us do is go to a counsellor in Bondi thinking that it might help. Poor communications may be one of the main problems of relationship issues among a couple-especially the feeling that she/she is able to read my mind and thus must act accordingly. However, there can even be other influencers such as meeting somebody else, boredom, varying sexual needs or believing that you both have very little in common for instance.
Relationships may feel wonderful at first but after sometime they might not. You may realize that spending time and putting efforts in the relationship is not worthy anymore. The realization of this fact and then breaking it up is a very painful affair. In fact, it is like experiencing the pain of losing your very near one through death.
For most, it’s a very traumatic and emotional experience. At that time, it becomes essential to find someone whom you can connect with and get the support that you want. Sometimes it may be a very good friend of yours who can be with you in this situation or a counsellor who can guide you through and help you be out of this relationship without having much pain. Working through the breakup is important. It can help you make plans for your future make you realize what you actually want in your life.