Things I Learned in Marriage Counseling
posted on March 2, 2019
Kathryn and her husband decided that it was time to see a marriage counselor. Their marriage wasn’t in trouble, they just needed help with the stress they were going through. They had a son with special needs and their daughter had been taken to the hospital twice. It was more than they could manage on their own.
In the short time they spent in counseling, they’ve learned a lot. Below is a list of concepts Kathryn has shared.
It’s Not About the Nail
Guys Need to Know When You Want Them to Fix it vs. When You Need to Vent
One word: Expectations
We are Different. And That’s Okay
Men’s Minds Work in boxes, Woman Think Like Spaghetti
Men and women may be different but once you learn about each other, you can work on your marriage as a team. To read about the concepts Kathryn and her husband learned in counseling in greater detail, you can read this article.
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