Relationships like everything else in life need a good tune up every once in a while. No one is perfect and everyone comes with their own set of values very different from their partner. It doesn’t always mean one set of belief is bad, it just means its different. Throughout their relationship, couples learn to adjust and compromise with each other in order to keep the love alive. Unfortunately, sometimes that is just not enough. Going to a couple’s therapist is often the last resort to get a resolution to the problems plaguing the union. Despite seeking outside help, many do not achieve the fix they seek. Take a look at secret confessions from people who went to therapy. They all have a different experience, some better than others. A successful reconciliation is not dependent on the psychologist but the couple’s willingness to triumph through a crisis.Being honest that you don’t want to be there would have brought closure a lot sooner.
Both parties have to want to fix the relationship.
Shouldn’t that question be better asked to her husband?
At least he wants to have a friendly divorce.
You may not get the solution you were hoping for but at least, there is something to look forward to.
Admissions that cannot be taken back.
Wondering if the wife knows about his extra-curricular activities.
There is a lot you can learn from counselling, you just have to give it a chance.
The question remains, did the person end up showing up?
Not the most sensitive manner to broach the topic though.
Some things are just worth fighting for.
You may want to consider walking away as he is beyond repairing.
And a pretty hefty bill.
The need for constant attention might be the root of the problem.
He kept his suspicious to himself for a whole year!
It may just be an excuse to cheat.
And then we are told to tell a complete stranger all the things going wrong in our personal lives.
It’s a high risk to take. This is a very personal decision.