At Mental Health Management, it is our mission to build healthy relationships between couples. Unfortunately, relationships suffer due to many factors including cultural, economic, social and one’s own understanding of a relationship. We understand that in relationship there are always ups and downs and with growing responsibilities of daily life it becomes very hard to commit to a relationship , When we start criticizing, judging our partners and no longer want to see our partner’s world from his/her perspective, when we no longer admire and appreciate our partners the Love fades.
According to Statistics Canada in 2001 there were 26, 516 divorces in Ontario and in 2005 it went up to 28, 805.
A study completed by US Census Bureau published a study which indicates that “the current marital status of men and women who have ever divorced, by their age in 2001. For men 25 and older who had ever divorced, 42 percent were currently divorced in 2001 while 55 percent were married. A slightly higher percentage of women than men 25 and older who had ever divorced were currently divorced (47 percent), while a lower percentage were currently married (44 percent)”
Our experts in couples counseling/therapy can help you build the relationship portfolio and guide you on how to invest in a positive, loving and lasting relationship.
Statistics Canada, CANSIM, tables 053-0002 and 101-6501.
U.S. Census Bureau, Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP), 2001 Panel, Wave 2 Topical Module.