24 Sep 2012

Is Couples Counselling a Problem, or a Solution?

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Great article on femalefirst.co.uk. In it the author expresses how some people are concerned that couples counselling doesn’t actually help to fix relationships, and that it is in fact a sign of defeat which prolongs the inevitable. Experts, however, disagree by stating that relationships often fall apart as a result of thousands of separate small incidents. The very fact that both parties are willing to attempt to work through their issues in a controlled fashion is a sign that there is still hope for relationship revival.

Read the full article here:
Couples Counselling: Does It Mean Your Relationship Is Already Over?

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One Response to “Is Couples Counselling a Problem, or a Solution?”

  1. Reply couples counselling says:

    The survival of the relationship of couples depends on their efforts to save the falling relationship and not by the efforts of couple counsellors.Thanks for sharing.

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