Why Seeing A Therapist Might Be Dangerous For Your Marriage

February 8, 2013 | By

Why Seeing A Therapist Might Be Dangerous For Your Marriage
After attempting some marriage counseling and giving the marriage another year's worth of a "chance to change," Heidi realized that she no longer wanted to be married to a man who made her feel small, who only looked out for number one and who had ...
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Can a Therapist Destroy a Marriage?
According to an article on the OU website by Rabbi Shlomo Slatkin, the answer to the question asked in the title of this post is yes. The specific culprit according to Rabbi Slatkin is individual therapy. A therapist will counsel only one spouse in a ...
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St. Louis Marriage Therapy, LLC Celebrates First Year of Marital Success for ...
Angela Skurtu, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and owner of St. Louis Marriage Therapy, LLC recognized a need for couples in the area of marriage counseling and therapy: healthy and open communication about intimacy within their relationships.
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Author/Therapist Dr. Alan Singer Predicts the End to Grandparenthood on ...
New Jersey therapist and author Dr. Alan Singer recently predicted that if the trends of delayed marriage and childbearing continue, the sacred institution of Grandparenthood may vanish in America. During Singer's recent 40th high school reunion, he ...
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