How Individual And Couples Therapy Can Help A Relationship

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Getting outside perspective

Over half of Americans in relationships believe a partner would benefit from individual therapy, according to the SuperDrug survey. That means that over half of individuals in relationships feel that their partner has issues that A) run deep enough to require professional help and B) are too complex for them to help their loved one with. Believing that a partner has serious unresolved issues that are impacting their ability to lead a fulfilling life and/or have a healthy relationship is a rather large burden to carry. If your partner has suggested (perhaps more than once) that you attend therapy, consider going, even if you don’t think you need to. The act of complying can relieve your loved one of a lot of stress.

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