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Marriage Counseling Complications
Marriage Counseling: Try to share your feelings in the session, tell your spouse and your counselor that this is very hard for you and that you are freightened. You will defeat the purpose of your being in therapy unless you can be forthcoming and this is an essential ability to maintain a close relationship. It is often very hard and you may also consider individual therapy for yourself to help. Best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Marriage issues. No sex or intimacy in 8 years. Her needs are met, mine aren't. She refuses counseling. I don't want divorce bc of kids but can't take?
Marriage trouble: How do you know her needs are met? There are many marriage counselors out there, and one of the best is Mort Fertel. He has been through an extraordinary stress of multiple deaths of children, and drew on his life experience to help others. Start with his newsletter. He'll take you through it step by step, especially with a spouse who refuses counseling, doesn't think it's necessary, google him ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Yes, a marriage counselor may be able to help. However, it would be even better, if you both can agree to see the marriage counselor, individually and/or together. The counselor may be able to see the underlying issue that is causing problems and help you straighten them out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Iam 21 years old. I have diabetes since 11 years. After the marriage which problems i will phase. Any cares is there, and explain do s and donts?
I have prostatitis ,im 23's old now i want to marry but my uro says u cant marriage bsz it will raise soical issue can i live single rest of life help?
As you can see i ask way too many questions- ever since i lost my baby and have possible autoimmune and p.O.T.S I've become a hypochondriac. Can i get counseling without meds? I can't live like this
How can I increase my fairness I am hving normal complexion, my marriage s arriving its in d month of feb 2012?
Congratulations!!: I hope your wedding was delightful. I'm sure that you are the fairest in the eyes of your spouse. I come from a culture where such things such as complexion & having "good hair" are at times mentioned. I seek to cast off these ideas because i don't believe these things really matter & because i don't want my children to be encumbered by such obstacles. All the best! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: A successful & healthy marriage is made up of many components, only one of which is sex. Other components include intimacy, openness, honesty, compassion, friendship, common values, common goals, respect, the ability to forgive, & the feeling that each of you is getting more out of the relationship than you are giving to the relationship (read this last one carefully). This is only a partial list. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
He must want it: Your future husband must want the counseling for himself, and no one can force him into it, and expect good results. My first psychology professor told us a joke that is clinically as valid back then as it is today, as follows: "How many psychologists does it take to change a light bulb? Only one, but only if the light bulb wants to change." Are you 100% sure he is Mr. Right? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See below: Yes, you can refuse counseling if you're over 18. If person is not mandated by the legal system, s/he can refuse counseling with whatever consequences to that person's functioning. Usually, if counseling is mandated by the legal system and the client is not cooperative there are consequences to that on the legal level. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Creatively: Intimacy doesn't have to be sexual. And marriage does not have to mean penetrating intercourse. The most important thing is to communicate. Both of you, as a couple, will figure out how to be intimate. Remember, fingertips and lips have as many (or more) nerve ending than genitals... As the say, the mind is the most errogenous zone there is. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many: As a psychiatrist I have been a consumer of mental health services for about 20 or more years. Therapy has taught me how to deal with major life stressors, deal with mental issues in the family., how to cope with loss and adversity, and the critical omportance of listening empathic ally. It has given me greater in sites into what to do in therapy than my actual training program could. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sex: Probably because sex before marriage is quite common in today's culture and those who remain celibate until marriage are now in the minority. Listen to your children and try to understand their perspective, you don't have to agree but you don't have to argue either. Best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes.: O is zero reactive stuff on teh red cells. You have A stuff on your red cells. He cannot possibly put stuff onto the red cells for you to react to. You've got A stuff, he doesn't. Baby can have your A stuff or if you are one A gene and one blank gene, the baby can be A stuff or No stuff. You won't react to it. ...Read more