Many couples seek out pre-marital counseling with the hopes of resolving issues before they get married. It's a preemptive strike against divorce, but it only works for couples who love and respect each other. On the flip side, there is post-marital counseling, something most people have never heard of, and many will never engage in. However, it may be worthwhile for you and your ex-spouse to try it, and there are some good reasons why.
If you're a man, you likely don't consider that your bad mood and anger come from being depressed. This is not a condition talked about much by men in this culture. But the reality is that more than 6 million men develop some form of depression each year in the U.S. Here is how to distinguish the symptoms of depression from just experiencing another "bad day." Two Major Forms of Depression
When I first started understanding my anxiety, I realized that I wasn't capable of taking care of the issue on my own. Instead of trying to quietly navigate my condition, I decided to start working towards understanding the counseling process. I focused on finding the right counselor, and then I worked hard in therapy day in and day out. This blog is all about understanding how counseling can help, because I know how much it helped me. You never know, by talking with the right person and tackling your issues head-on, you might be able to enjoy a more fulfilling life.