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Posts in Category: Marriage

I Want to Go Back To Work, But My Husband Wants Me to Stay Home

By Suzanne Poe, Family Consultant Such a dilemma has become more prevalent as women value both the nurturing of their children and fulfilling their own needs for self-expression. It is also a dilemma likely to elicit very strong feelings from both sides of the argument. In close relationships and marriages, this is often the case. […]

Why should we go through premarital counseling?

By: Brooke Sellhorn, MA, LMFT “Why are you getting married?” “Because we are in love and we make each other happy.  We don’t want to spend time with anyone else.  We are ready to start our life together.” These may be typical answers given by an engaged couple.  And, they are legitimate answers as well. […]

My Husband has Anxiety, Will In-Home Counseling Help?

Will Counseling Help my Husband Manage His Anxiety? According to various surveys, anywhere from 18-30% of Americans suffer from anxiety.  Although women are twice as likely to have anxiety than men, the effects of anxiety on men can be debilitating.   In-home counseling offers many benefits and eliminates some of the obstacles that can be […]

Should my spouse and I consider marriage counseling?

How to know when your marriage could benefit from in-home marriage counseling? By: Benjamin Fuller, LMHC If you’re reading this post, I’m going to go ahead and assume you are already having thoughts that marriage counseling might be of some benefit to you. However, you may be unsure as to how to go about defining […]