13/02/2013

Valentine’s Day

Every year on the 14th of February flowers and gifts are exchanged between loved ones in many countries of the world. Around 150 million cards are presented on this day which makes Valentine’s Day the second most popular card-sending holiday after Christmas.

This is the day when people make an extra effort to express their love to those they share their life with. But it’s no secret that life together can be a bumpy road with its unpredictable twists and turns. The longer and the tougher the journey, the harder it can get to keep the flame of romance alive. With the strains of everyday life, you may realise that you don’t want to celebrate Valentine’s Day and the exchange of cards seems a pointless exercise.

And you may wonder what went wrong, when did it happen. Deep down, you want your relationship to be the same as before. If you are willing to pull your relationship back together and you don’t know where to start, Marriage Care is here to help.

Marriage Care works with couples facing relationship difficulties and offers counselling to over 3000 couples and individuals each year at over 100 locations across the country.

Counselling is provided by trained and experienced couple relationship specialists. Usually they see couples, and often just one partner, for anything from one or two sessions to resolve minor worries to six or more sessions for more serious issues.

So take your first step towards a happy Valentine’s Day and make an appointment to talk to a Marriage Care relationship specialist on 0800 389 3801.

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