A Marriage Counseling Drawback

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A Marriage Counseling Drawback

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A Marriage Counseling Drawback

“Being listened to and heard is one of the greatest desires of the human heart.” Richard Carlson

 

If I had a dollar for every time I heard this one particular scenario in my coaching practice….well……I’d have a lot of dollars:

We went to marriage counseling together a few times, but then he didn’t want to go anymore so we quit.

When a struggling couple goes to a marriage counselor, they’re placing someone in the middle of their marriage, almost as a judge to define who’s right and who’s wrong. They go in essentially defending their feelings ...continue reading...

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An Abandoned Home. A Disconnected Marriage.

“When we are feeling disconnected from our partner, it isn’t necessarily a sign to leave, but a sign to go deeper.” Jennifer Wardowski

 

Last summer, my husband and I purchased a 60+ year old home from a darling 80+ year old woman. The home had become too much for her to take care of and she decided she would prefer to be in an assisted living community so the house sat empty for about a year. And during that time, when no one was living in the home, it deteriorated faster than when she was there doing her ...continue reading...

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