Relationships – Romantic – but realistic
In the last five years, this type of counseling has become increasingly popular. I think people are becoming more and more realistic when it comes to romantic relationships, Cate Cambell says.
This may sound unusual, but Cate Cambell, a sex and cohabitation therapist and member of the British Association for Counseling and Psychotherapy, says that the trend of going into couples therapy before having problems in the relationship is increasing.
This trend has come to stay and is a great value for people that experience trouble in their life and staying together in the long run. This therapy can be a very good investment for the right couples. Take a chance and see if this is for you and your partner.
There is much to gain and much to lose if this works or not. I will think that it might be very well spent money trying to keep together at least if there are children involved.