Archive for July 26, 2013
You read your vows, said I Do, and kissed. Now you and your spouse are living a nightmare. What happens now? Family marriage counseling is available for couples who are having problems but do not want to see their marriage end. Nearly half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce, and if you do not want to see that happen to you, you may need to seek marriage counseling advice. But will marriage counseling help rekindle your love? Here are some benefits of attending family marriage counseling.
1. Counseling can help you and your spouse learn to communicate better. Many couples either do not communicate well or do not communicate at all. A counselor will suggest ways for you two