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'Marital Counseling' Category Archives

Marriage Counseling Questions to Strengthen Your Relationship

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Sometimes, in life, things don’t always pan out, and this is especially true for marriages. While infidelity issues and misunderstandings can create a rift in the strongest relationships, the tried-and-true method of compromising can restore a bond that has been lost. For this reason, you and your partner should consult a compassionate counselor. Consider asking […]

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Making the Most of Marriage Counseling

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When you’re having problems in your marriage, counseling can help. However, simply meeting with a counselor or therapist isn’t enough on its own to ensure healing within your marriage. Making the most of marriage counseling means both parties being willing to put in the work to repair the damage within the relationship. If you enter […]

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Time to look into Marriage Counseling

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“Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.” – Carl Bard Sometimes the same old unsolved problems keep cropping up over and over again. The same arguments happen day in and day out. One spouse is driving the other crazy with unacceptable behavior. […]

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Emotional Infidelity

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“I can resist everything except temptation” – Oscar Wilde Emotional infidelity. The term can sound almost harmless; much less nefarious than actual “cheating.” But it IS cheating – and it’s not just men who are being emotionally unfaithful. According to the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, about 35 percent of wives and 45 […]

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