Marriage is a union of two people who may be similar in nature or may be absolutely opposite, who are meant to live happily ever after. A marriage in its true sense especially in our Indian context is considered holy. Irrespective of the culture one follow, a couple take an oath during the marriage ceremony to stand by thick or thin and forever. Marriage in the earlier era was treated as a relationship which can never be broken irrespective of the situation, but with times rules change, modalities change and eventually so has the system of marriage changed.
With the advent of modernisation and so called modern values in the society the rate at which divorces are filed post marriage is nerve racking! Nowadays some marriages don’t even last six months! It is really crucial to assess the reason and workout a pragmatic solution to save a relationship or a marriage. In this context our expert counsellor Shagun Singh states that the main reason why marriages break nowadays is because individuals are high headed, egoistic, selfish etc. There is a lack of knowledge on the consequences of a broken relationship or trauma associated. She also states how surprised she is about the trends in marriage these days, that few couples even after knowing each other their relationships end up in a soup! Shagun states that her counselling sessions are flocked by people with post marriage problems but end of counselling session they realise it is more of an individual problem!
Shagun is a cognitive psychologist with an abundance of experience in counselling, especially marriage counselling. She has successfully counselled hundreds of couples and saved many marriages from failing. Her counselling session typically covers the following pointers:
- Educating the soul’s connection and point out reasons for the discrepancies or pain in the relationship.
- Educate the couples of the real understanding of a marriage relationship.
- Educate couples on how marriage is based on equality and not on egoism.
- Educate couples on acceptance and respect of a relationship.
- How to assess oneself and work on individualistic goals in order to have a strong couple goals which will strengthen a relationship.
Having a happy married life or a happily ever after is not only in fantasy stories, if there is love, respect, understanding and knowledge of relationships any marriage will last. Having troubles in your married life? Contact Shagun Singh for a session and bring positivity in your relationship contact,