Therapy dating couples
Fights are normal as long as you learn to accept them.
Rather than seeing a therapist as a last resort, why not try listening more? You're fighting with the person you love most in this life, which basically means it can't be that bad.
When couples fight over insignificant things, they bring out issues from the past, and nothing good ever comes out of that.
Stacy and Jorge walked out of the marriage counselor’s office angrier than when they arrived.
Why can't they live happily ever after like in the movies?
If there's trouble in paradise and you don't want to split up, then you need to talk about it.
By focusing on the good, you will eventually ignore the lesser things happening in your life.
It's really important for couples to acknowledge they won't fight less if they get married.
They see the good in their partners, and they won't try to change them.
Be kind to each other, and admit if you made a mistake.
Don't cover it up with your ego because you'll end up in conflict.
Get close to your partner and be happy when you're together.
Let your emotions do the talking, try new things in the bedroom and don't be afraid of experimenting.