Monthly Archives: February 2013

Why She Gets Upset With You!

 

Relationship Help Advice For Men

 

Men will often come to me for help with their relationship stating, “She is always mad at me and I do not know why!”

 

In most cases, what this signals is a break down in communication along with built up resentments.  These are two of the greatest determents to the health of a relationship. However, they also are two of the most common traps couples fall into…often times leading the end of their relationship.

 

So how can men fix this in their relationship?

 

It’s simple! First he needs to address the issues that are currently present. This means having a good heart-to-heart conversation with his woman and asking what is bothering her. The best way to accomplish this is to let her know how much he loves her and wants the relationship to work.

 

By letting a woman know that she and your relationship is a priority it helps to break down her walls of resentments. This is vital to do in order for any healing to occur within the relationship.

 

I often have men come to me who have tried this on their own, however, did not do well with it. They let me know that they are at the end of their rope and have no idea what else to do. In this case, I will work with him first to help him understand how to talk with her and then ask her to join us in order to successfully break through the barriers and rebuild their relationship.

 

People are often amazed that this can be accomplished over the phone. However, it actually creates a far easier process because the couple is in their own home where they feel very comfortable and safe. They do not have to fit an office visit into their busy schedule or sit in my office. In fact, I have found over the years of doing this that people move much faster through the healing process working this way. The most extreme case I worked with involved a couple who were living three hours apart from one another and ready for a divorce.  They worked with me for three months and by the end of the three month were moving back in together and enjoying their marriage.

 

If you are reading this and going through relationship problems and need some help I want you to know I can and will help you. To learn more click here.

 

Bree Maresca-Kramer M.A. is a Nationally Recognized Relationship Expert, Acclaimed Life & Relationship Coach, and Author of the relationship and self-help books It’s That Simple! for men & women.

Bree has been featured on NBC, CBS, The CW,  FOX NEWS, National Radio Programming, The Chicago Tribune, Shape Magazine, In-Touch Magazine, The Nest Magazine, Woman’s Day Magazine, E-Harmony, AOL, and is a Relationship Expert Columnist for The Huffington Post.

Bree has Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling and over fifteen years of clinical experience working with men, women, and couples.

Relationship Help Expert Bree Maresca-Kramer provides relationship help books online and free relationship help online.

For more information on Relationship Help Online please visit Bree’s website
http://itsthatsimple.ws/

 

Are Your Kids Hurting Your Relationship?

 

Relationship Help For Couples With Children

 

Having children is one of the most incredible blessings and miracles one can experience in this lifetime. They bring into our lives a love that is indescribable. They deepen who we are and allow us to love unconditionally.

 

However, for many couples, once the children enter the picture, they allow their relationship to be put on the back burner. This is a critical yet common mistake, as it can lead to the demise of the relationship and break apart the family unit.

 

So how can a couple be sure to keep their relationship and family in tact?

 

Here are some Relationship Help Techniques to put into practice right now!
  • Treat your relationship as if it were the CEO of your family.
  • Make time to go on a date at least once a week.
  • At the end of the day, give each other at least 30 minutes to connect emotionally & physically.
  • Keep the boundaries between being parents and a couple very clear.
  • Communicate about your feelings, ideas, and frustrations about your children without attacking one another.
  • Clearly make a distinction between family time and couple time.
  • Always stand united as a couple and parents and do not allow the children to cause a split between you.
  • Help the children understand that “Mommy and daddy need adult time so they can be the best mommy and daddy possible.”
  • Always make your relationship a priority.

 

In my work over the years, I have seen great couples fall apart simply because they forgot to take care of their relationship.  They shifted all of their attention and focus onto their children, and left themselves and one another unattended.

 

The cold hard fact is that when a family breaks apart, it is the children who suffer the most. Therefore, protecting and nurturing your relationship is not only good for the two of you, it is critical for your children and their emotional, psychological, and physical well-being.

 

If you are having relationship problems reach me here for help.

 

Bree Maresca-Kramer M.A. is a Nationally Recognized Relationship Expert, Acclaimed Life & Relationship Coach, and Author of the relationship and self-help books It’s That Simple! for men & women.

Bree has been featured on NBC, CBS, The CW,  FOX NEWS, National Radio Programming, The Chicago Tribune, Shape Magazine, In-Touch Magazine, The Nest Magazine, Woman’s Day Magazine, E-Harmony, AOL, and is a Relationship Expert Columnist for The Huffington Post.

Bree has Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling and over fifteen years of clinical experience working with men, women, and couples.
Relationship Help Expert Bree Maresca-Kramer provides relationship help books online and free relationship help online.

For more information on Relationship Help Online please visit Bree’s website
http://itsthatsimple.ws/

 

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