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Dr. Michael G. Semon
I have practiced Marriage Counseling and Couples Therapy for 30 years. My approach with couples comes from a systems orientation and recognizes that both people in a relationship have their part for which to assume responsibility. For example, one person may be so focused on getting tasks accomplished that time together is neglected. The other person may be so focused on finding time together that necessary tasks are neglected. While both people may be “right”, willing, shaping and moving your partner to see things your way doesn’t work. Leaving your partner alone doesn’t work either. So what does work? I call it the third approach.
Whom do you trust to listen without judgment or criticism? You get through those hard places in life by allowing another to walk through them with you: Together. A little encouragement here and a little direction there is what I do as a counselor at Relationships Incorporated. Give me a call today. Read more
Will-Conflict is the most destructive element in all relationships. It polarizes your positions, eliminates affection and drains the energy from your marriage. How do you overcome will-conflict? You better have a plan. Read more
Children only respond as maturely to life’s challenges as their parents. He’d spend twenty years telling his wife what she wanted to hear, never honestly taking the risk of letting her know him or be known. Their seventeen-year-old son was completely unable to tell the truth. Who would you say needed help? . . . The Family!
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