The Honeymoon phase ends and you now see your partner a little differently. You tend to dwell on your expectations that are not met. Being in a much closer relationship, you start observing negative patterns in your spouse upbringing, behaviour and habits. In-laws start being intrusive and troublesome. Conflicts with your spouse start increasing. Attitudes, thought patterns, actions and reactions about and against each other tend to cause disruptions and conflicts, not only in your relationships, but also on how you tend to look at yourself and your life. There is love but you’re slowly losing the connection to intimacy. This can be a very challenging time for you.
Sneha helps in this challenging situation by helping you create a safe environment in your marriage, through appropriate and healthy communication with each other, both verbal and non-verbal, providing conflict management skills and strategies that will improve the overall well-being in the relationship. She uses various therapeutic approaches, such as the Solution Focused Approach, Emotion Focused Approach or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to make this happen.