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Thursday, 19 November 2009 22:20

Relationship Advice

Are You Happy Just Avoiding the Rocks? Don't You Deserve to Be in a Rewarding Relationship? Are You Happy Just Avoiding the Rocks? Don't You Deserve to Be in a Rewarding Relationship?

"Here, have a beer."

"Let's go play a round of golf."

"Mate, just move forward.  That's how you fix it."

 

 

Is this the relationship advice your mates give?

Where can you get relationship advice that actually works?

Relationships can be pretty complex. Most of your relationships are probably terrific, but some might be on the brink of disaster.

 

How relationship advice can help you:

  • Manage your relationship with yourself: This is Emotional Intelligence that leads to being fulfilled
  • Develop better communication skills: Learn how to be honest without being afraid
  • Understand yourself more: This is the best way to influence your relationships
  • Learn how to listen differently: Helps you develop rapport when personalities clash
  • Discover what motivates you: And how to prioritise your own needs.

Relationship advice for building - or rebuilding - really great relationships

A professional counsellor will teach you the life skills for making your relationships happier, healthier and more rewarding. You'll receive expert relationship advice that you can use in all your relationships - at work, at home, in friendships, your family, etc.

Guy's Domain provides relationship advice for:

  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Groups
  • Organisational and workplace issues.

Think relationship counselling is all touchy-feely, 'get in touch with your inner child' stuff? At Guy's Domain you get straight up, down to earth, professional advice in a confidential and non-judgemental environment.

There is no magic here. We will help you change and improve your relationships if you are willing to do the work.

Call 0412 591 335 today or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and a professional counsellor will contact you shortly.

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Guy Vicars

Guy Vicars is an individual psychotherapist and relationship therapist in private practice. Guy has two professional areas he is passionate about: helping people with their relationships and helping people who suffer depression.

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