Third- Party Action: The Benefits of Couples Counseling Before Saying “I Do”

March 9, 2013  |  
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6. Resolve Lingering Issues/Disagreements

Some couples fight about the same things over and over again, which means they’re not truly addressing the issue at hand, or simply can’t agree to disagree. A counselor who serves as an objective third party may be able to help you resolve problems or conflict because they have no vested interest in either one of you. He or she may also be able to get to the root of what’s really going on, because most times what we’re arguing about and what we’re upset or angry about are two totally different things. A therapist can help you stay on the subject and get to the bottom of your issues once and for all so that you’re recurring argument can finally be put to bed.

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