All of us go through the different phase of life and most of the time we manage to cope up with our problems but sometimes we are confused, under full of emotions and cannot handle or control. Major life changes and high levels of stress can put pressure on a relationship, too.
Unfortunately, most couples wait much too long to reach out for help repairing their marriage. According to a recent survey couples wait for an average of six years of being unhappy before getting help. Think about this statistic for a few minutes. Couples have six years to build up resentment before they begin the important work of learning to resolve differences in effective ways.
Whatever the cause is, it is best to treat relationship problems sooner rather than later — just as you would an illness. Quarrelling, mismatch thoughts or fight over ways of doing things, both the partners need to take time out to introspect themselves and the chemistry involved in their relationships. If one partner says something, that may trigger an emotional outburst in the other partner and the other partner may overreact to this situation. It is important to identify this series of events which triggers the argument and ultimately land up on a flight. We help the people to understand their needs, respect each other value and choices. We do not support divorce and do our best to reconcile and resolve their issue but when we find its better for them to get separated and have made up their mind for divorce, we just help them. but still I firmly believe there is always a hope in the end and we give our best to find and light that hope.