Therapy For Empty Nesters
If you have spent years focused on the kids, it’s normal to lose the connection with your spouse. Once the kids leave home, it’s just the two of you again. Many couples feel awkward as they attempt to rekindle a love that was once the center of their world. Learn how to reconnect, enhance your sex life, and have fun together again.
Make Your Marriage A Priority
Many couples lose their focus on each other as the family starts to grow. Raising kids takes a lot of time and energy, and this often shifts the focus away from their relationship. If you feel like your marriage has become a low priority, then it’s time to rediscover your connection with your spouse.
Reignite Your Sex Life
Life is full of distractions that can pull you away from a passionate marriage. An active and fulfilling sex life requires quality time and conscious attention. If you used to have chemistry with your partner, there is a very good chance that you can respark some fun in the bedroom… or other locations.
Empty Nester Parenting
Raising kids is a lot of work. The hardest transition is often letting go so they can explore adulthood on their own. Your role as a parent also transitions during this time. It will help both your children and your marriage to redefine what parenting looks like after the kids leave the family home.
Discuss Your Future Dreams
Planning your future together is sometimes exhausting or anxiety provoking. As retirement approaches, you have important decisions to make as a team. Many couples struggle to co-create a vision of their future as they wrestle with past dreams and present realities. It might be time for a third party to help you identify what your future could be.
Grey Divorce Is Trending
If your marriage has been struggling for years, it is natural to think ending it is the right decision. Many couples are reconsidering their marriage after the kids leave the home and as retirement approaches. About 40% of couples who get divorced report they regret it later, so it’s important to carefully consider your options before making such an important decision.
Your Next Step Is A Couples Retreat
If you are ready for professional support, it is time to consider a private couples therapy retreat. Retreats are a 1-4 day program where you have the opportunity to learn skills that can either help you heal your marriage or make a decision about your future together.