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different thread - i'm interested in how your heart icons might facilitate emotional coping
Creative one: I had a similar problem. My wife would see her therapist 1-3 times a month and chose not to share. I finally told her we needed a level playing field and got her to see a social worker together. I got to say how I felt with a neutral party present so it couldn't be twisted and thrown back to me. It made a huge, positive difference in our relationship.
psychotherapy for collective indivisuals works between people who may or may not be related by blood.since issues of interpersonal conflict, values and ethics are more pronounced in relationship therapy rather than in indivisual therapy.there is a debate within the profession about different values and objectives more consistent with thier own, concern of pro-relationship versus pro-individual commitment.
Maybe you'd want to have him accompany you to the session. But talk and discuss your problems to your therapist one-to-one too i opportunity arises.
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Meredith Goldstein is a Boston Globe columnist who follows relationship trends and entertainment. She offers daily advice on Love Letters — and welcomes your comments. Meredith is also the author of "The Singles," a novel about complicated relationships. Follow Meredith at www.meredithgoldstein.netand on Twitter. Love Letters can be found in the print edition of The Boston Globe every Saturday in the G section.