Lack of intimacy is one of the top 4 or 10, depends on who you ask, reasons for marital discord.
Couples fight about not having enough sex and not showing enough affection, and these arguments can be impossible to solve without expert help.
According to an article in Psychology Today, 17% of couples fear intimacy and avoid closeness in their relationship, and the reasons for this fear are varied. In addition to fear of intimacy, many couples deal with issues of not having enough time for intimacy and being too stressed for sex. Other couples have underlying issues about their relationships that make engaging in intimacy difficult.
Couples retreats, also known as couples intensives or couples workshops, combine the expertise of couples therapists with the relaxing atmosphere of a getaway.
- Learn To Focus On Your Relationship
It is a wise step to take some time away from your regular life, no matter if you just got married or at the brink of separation. In the fast-paced life, you don’t get enough time to spend with your partner, leading to decreased marital satisfaction and interactions. Spending time with your partner away from your family, kids and stresses can strengthen your relationship. You will discover different ways to discuss conflicts calmly and understand your partner.
- Build A Deeper Connection
A weekend getaway moves beyond the tangibles of life and deepens the connection with your partner. Even if you and your partner have different perspectives and opinions, it gives you a safe way to stay connected. You can restore understanding and mend the broken trust through workshops. The more time you spend with each other, the more your heart grows fonder, and your relationship becomes stronger.
- Learn To Manage Conflict Calmly And Communicate Effectively
Small disagreements often lead to major conflicts. Couples workshops can help you deal with conflict and break through the conflicted gridlock of a relationship. You and your partner learn to recognize that saying the last words in an argument isn’t necessary. Poor communication skills and misunderstanding can be the root of differences to a happier relationship.
Take your partner on a weekend workshop, eliminate these distances, and move ahead to a happier future.
Develop Problem-solving Skills
When we are involved in a heated argument with our partner, the argument becomes personal, and soon we even forget the main reason behind the fight. If you and your partner fight are emotionally flooded, then no one is in the right mind to solve the problem. A couples retreat can you understand the physiological responses of flooding, how to get out of it, and how to problem-solve.
Foster Intimacy & Closeness
Healthy conversation, deeper connection, and interaction with your partner can foster closeness. Your relationship flourishes and strengthens with every intimate interaction. When you disclose disappointment, discomfort, personal or relational difficulties with your partner, the relationship becomes more intimate.
While spending quality time with your partner, you can share your feelings, fears, and thoughts and rebuild your bond.
Refresh and Restore.
There are numerous ways to rebuild a broken relationship and strengthen your love. Attending a couples retreat will help you and your companion recognize and solve conflicts, and guide you to a long-lasting, fulfilling relationship.