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Relationship Counselling, Banbury.

Updated on November 5, 2014

Separation and Relationship Counselling in Banbury

Relationship issues, break-ups and separation may be helped through counselling and therapy which may help to avoid divorce, separation, break up or loss all of which are all traumatic experiences. Our relationship with our partner is the most meaningful one that we create; we invest it with all of our wishes, hopes and dreams and our strongest emotions.

So, when it breaks up we are devastated and experience true loss and those feelings are as strong as the ones we used to create the relationship.

The aim of The Paloma Centre is to help clients find their own way of living their life in a more complete, satisfying and resourceful manner through the use of a variety of life enhancing and personal performance improving therapies.

The Paloma Centre, is a personal growth and therapy centre which provides an holistic approach to emotional healing and personal development. We use aspects of person-centred therapies such as Counselling aligned with hypnotic, EFT, NLP and Life Coaching techniques where appropriate. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, CBT is also practised and is much in demand.

Why not visit our website at www.thepalomacentre.com to find out more or call on 01295 812138 to talk to someone first.

The Paloma Centre adheres to practice guidelines set out by the regulatory body UKCP.,

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About Counselling

Therapy can help you with your

jealousy issues, concerns arising from relationships and their break-ups, divorce or separation.

Call David on 01295 812138 or visit our website at

www.thepalomacentre.com

Jealousy in a relationship

There are many things that our partners can say and do that may affect our relationship adversely, some may be quite accidental, some deliberate or thoughtless BUT the one thing destined to harm our relationship the most is one thing that we do ourselves to ourselves - JEALOUSY!

To have jealousy present in a relationship is not at all dependent upon our partner doing or saying anything, jealousy may be entirely in our own heads and therefore of our own making quite independent of the actions of others. That's the bad news.The good news is that as it is entirely of our own doing we are free to undo it, overcome the feelings that lead to it and live a more balanced emotional life.

Our jealous feelings may be nothing more than a reflection of our own feelings of insecurity or inadequacy instilled in us as we have grown up perhaps by our parents or our living environment, perhaps by people telling us that we are less than perfect. If we feel less than perfect ourself we may see others as being in some way more perfect than ourselves and therefore more desirable and we project our insecurity onto our partner as a demand for attention or reassurance. While this is in itself relatively harmless all too often jealousy leads to repetitive demands or accusations of which our partner is either unable to constantly satisfy or is completely innocent of. It is the repetitive nature of jealous demands and accusations that lead to breakdowns in relationships as the partner comes to feel that we are too "high maintenance" to continue with.

Often we know that we are being unreasonable but can't seem to stop ourselves exhibiting this damaging behaviour. We need to be able to see things differently in order to feel differently about issues and therefore behave differently. There are various therapies that can help with this unfortunate behaviour, for example CBT, and it does respond well to therapy. To discuss your own experience of this debilitating fear call a qualified therapist on the numbers on this page for a conversation about your own way to move forward.

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To recognise, and to show support for, the outstanding work done by our armed services in impossible circumstances all over the world there is a discounted fixed price for all (ex) serving personnel showing I.D. This is extended to our emergency services for similar reasons.

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      That's really true, the emotions that bring a relationship to end are as strong as those used to build it; its just that they are at the opposite end of the spectrum and one needs support.

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