WILSON said on
LoveCoach said on
There are many types of counseling, therapy, etc that one can look at with regard to help in their marriage. I am a Relationship Expert and in my consulting with couples, I use a modality that allows us to find the root of the issues, break the patterns, and build a new stronger foundation for the couple to build a beautiful, loving, intimate, passionate relationship. This is done in a matter of a few hours to possibly a few weeks (if the weekly phone calls are chosen over a live in person session). I would be more than happy to discuss this further, if you are interested.
Christian said on
Marriage counseling can, and does work for couples; though its efficacy depends on many factors. The level of dedication partners have to the process is most important; both must be actively applying the principals and taking the advice offered to them. Also, the earlier a couple gets into counseling, the more likely they are to be successful. If couples have major issues like infidelity or drug abuse, if they are not “all in”, or, if they simply have muddied the waters for a very long time; their problems may be very entrenched, they may be too set in their ways, carry animosity, and in such cases it may be very difficult for them to be as successful as those couples that visit their problems early on.