The simple answer to this is yes! Therapy will help you find a better partner
. Therapy helps one to realize their own unhealthy patterns in life and work on them. This realization fuels growth and impacts visualization of oneself, one’s friends, love life, career, and other dimensions. Once you break free from your own preconceived notions, finding success in love and outside becomes easier. Marriage not only involves working on loving someone else but also involves constantly finding the will to love yourself more powerfully. It’s about self-love as much as the more popular version of love we are seeking.
Often in life, one experiences trauma or has bad experiences in previous relationships. It’s easy to hold onto those experiences and shape our lives based on them. However, it is essential to build a new self and a better self. Therapy plays a crucial role in helping one to do that. It breaks preconceived notions and helps to build a new and better you
A lot of people expect therapy to work like magic
but just like anything else, it takes time
. Finding the right match
for you also takes time. While you’re finding a good match
, it’s always good to also try therapy to understand your own thought and belief system
. As many people say, the match you find is often just as good as you. It’s essential to build a better version of yourself to find a better match too.
While many people might want to try therapy only to attract more love into their life. It’s crucial to keep in mind that we are complete within ourselves. Only if we feel that sense of completeness and fulfillment within ourselves can we find love elsewhere from a powerful place. Love is empowered when we are empowered. The goal of therapy is to find more love within. And that love within is what helps to breed more love outside.
Therapy is also great when both partners do it as an ongoing process. This helps to build and grow together and fuels a stronger individual mindset between both partners. Therapy is of multiple types. It could involve a conversation with a therapist, a spa, a healing session, or anything that makes you feel more connected to yourself and reveals something about yourself to you. There’s no single definition of therapy.
Even with second marriages, often the partners who have tried therapy are able to break free from stigmas from their first marriage or overcome grief. It is crucial to find more power, healing, and peace within to cultivate that in a relationship. With any relationship, it is important to have two emotionally healthy people in the relationship. Therapy often leads to more peace in life and better relationships.
To answer the initial question – With therapy, you can be a better version of yourself and therefore attract a better partner too.