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5 Reasons to Get Marriage Counseling

5 Reasons to Get Marriage Counseling

Do we need marriage counseling? This is a question you may ask after a big fight or sudden revelation in your relationship. Most people assume that marriage counseling is only for people on the brink of divorce. That is not the case though. You can benefit from...

Knowing When to Seek Marriage Counseling

Knowing When to Seek Marriage Counseling

Do we need marriage counseling? Will couples counseling help our marriage? These are questions you may ask after an argument or major life transition. Nearly every couple can benefit from marriage counseling in some way. You simply have to determine if the benefits...

Getting through Your First Big Fight as a Married Couple

Getting through Your First Big Fight as a Married Couple

We’re in the wake of wedding season, which is why all month long we’re giving out helpful tips for engaged and married couples. In today’s discussion, we want to talk about arguments, specifically the first big argument in a marriage. No matter how well you get along,...

How Debt Could Damage Your Marriage | Marriage Counseling Michigan

How Debt Could Damage Your Marriage | Marriage Counseling Michigan

Money problems are some of the biggest reasons why couples fight. Stress about paying the bills and having enough money to live on can weight down on a marriage. The effects of debt are more powerful than most people realize. Let’s take a closer look at how debt can...

Conflict Resolution Tips For Married Couples: MI Marriage Counseling

Conflict Resolution Tips For Married Couples: MI Marriage Counseling

Conflict resolution is an important element in any relationship. Whether you’re engaged, married, or on the verge of divorce, you can benefit from improving your communication skills and gaining a better understanding of your spouse’s feelings. Marriage counseling,...

MI Anxiety Treatment: Helping A Spouse With Anxiety – Part 2

MI Anxiety Treatment: Helping A Spouse With Anxiety – Part 2

Continued from Part 1 Avoid Your Spouse’s Anxiety Triggers In the first part of this anxiety therapy guide for married couples, we discussed ways you can adjust your behaviors to accommodate your spouse’s anxiety. This concept falls in line with that. If your spouse...

MI Anxiety Treatment: Helping A Spouse With Anxiety – Part 1

MI Anxiety Treatment: Helping A Spouse With Anxiety – Part 1

Living with anxiety is a challenge, not just for the person experiencing the anxiety but also for those who must make adjustments for it. If you are married to a person with anxiety, there are things you can do to make the anxiety less intense and ease the stress...