Thanks for MHO!
@olderandwiser Don't thank me thank @gagImpossible to give MHO just after 3 days! Please go back to 7.
I think it's more about a third party trying to help out then "couples Therapy" in general! Just to get a different perspective can be very helpful!
I am speaking for myself really, I feel I have a good grasp on what is acceptable and not acceptable to tolerate or work through in a relationship and how to deal with issues that arise. I am fairly grounded so I am not the sort of person who flies off the handle at single moment with comments as I look at all angles of what brings a confrontation on, mood swings, differences etc... yes and if I am feeling vulnerable and not sure how to deal with matters after the 'talk' then it would be time to seek that third opinion. Others certainly would be in need of it as relationships can be complex and many of us are naturally 'selfish'. Where as I am not...
thank you coach! xx
I presume there's a waiting list too. Did it work for you?
@madgoat we went to the doctor and got a mental healthcare plan which covered part of the cost through Medicare.We found a practice that only had a three month waiting period.It did work for us but I think it's because there were more positive reasons for us to try to work it out and only a few reasons to walk away.My only regret is that we didn't do it sooner.
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I wish we had.
Not always mate
@Goodwifie it’s so rare that couple make it past that because it becomes a laundry list of what the male has done wrong and by that point, the female party will have an epiphany that she “deserves better and leaves.”
My husband had a drinking problem, he'd get really angry when he drank too much.