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Overview

Each relationship couple would face challenges that are unique to their relationship based on the dynamic between the two unique individuals. However, there are some common relationship issues that couples might face. These include –
• anxiety about the relationship ending,
• feeling unloved and unappreciated by one’s partner,
• constant need of reassurance from the partner,
• anxiety about infidelity or the presence of infidelity,
• lack of comfort regarding communicating and expressing feelings,
• anxiety about confrontation,
• feeling jealously irrationally, anger and aggressive behaviour,
• not feeling prioritized by your partner,
• feeling guilty about past wrongdoings,
• having a partner who is insensitive to your needs,
• tracking a partner’s texts or social media activity obsessively, etc.
REBT can help deal with these as well as many more issues. REBT is based on the understanding that our thoughts and beliefs about ourselves, others, as well as the world around us determine our emotional states and our behaviours. Moreover, REBT attempts at identify the unhealthy beliefs and thought patterns that lead to unhealthy patterns in a relationship and change them with healthier ones.

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How effective is REBT for Relationship Issues?

REBT is effective in helping partners in a relationship identify their irrational thoughts and beliefs that cause their negative emotional reactions and unhealthy behaviours in a relationship and replace them with more rational and constructive ways of thinking.

What are the benefits of REBT for Relationship Issues?

The benefits of REBT for resolving relationship issues include –

  • Helps in the recognition and changing of unhealthy thought patterns that lead to unhealthy expectations, emotional states, and behaviours in a relationship,
  • Helps each partner understand that their irrational thoughts, and not the situations or their partner’s behaviours, are responsible for their negative emotional states,
  • Helps each partner take back control over and responsibility for their own happiness and emotional states,
  • Helps learn rational and effective ways of responding to situations in the relationship and their partner instead of responding to their own irrational thoughts.

How many numbers of sessions are required?

The number of sessions depends on the couple’s unique challenges, relationship goals, and their responses to the sessions.