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7 Signs You Might Need Marriage Counseling.

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In our days of arranged marriage in TB community, the families had some common friends. The families, or this common friends will mediate and resolve the problems. We also had a commitment to our spouse and tried to work out our difficulties. Our expectations were very realistic and achievable. There was a lot of give and take (mostly giving from the wife and taking from the husbands).
In last 40 years things have changed, the society has moved on, our responses have not been able to keep up with the changing morals, and the reality is staring us on our face, and we do not have the necessary tools to solve the problems.

Having witnessed one divorce in close circle, it might be time to see and recognize signs of problem in a marriage.
It might be time to call in the professional to iron out these nagging problems.

"There's no question-- marriage can be challenging. Maybe marriage counseling should be something you register for when you tie the knot. Much like a new set of dishes that gets scratched from constant use, relationships can also show wear and tear over the years. So how do you know if your marriage has hit a rough patch or it's something more serious... requiring professional help?"
Sign 1: Poor Communication.
Sign 2: Your Sex Life has Significantly Changed.
Sign 3: Holding on to the Past.
Sign 4: A Reoccurring Issue.
Sign 5: Finances.
Sign 6: Kids.
Sign 7: You Still Love Your Spouse.

Whether you choose to seek help or continue down your current path-- be aware that counseling does not "break couples up" or even "hold them together." As Silvia M. Dutchevici says, "Couples counseling is about helping the couple communicate better and understand what is going on."

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Then so many marriages have hit rough patches ... :)
Yes, children are a blessing, but they can also add stress to your marriage, especially if the two of you are not a united front.
I can say from personal experience.:)
If stressed out of marriage, try relaxing and having fun. But if its not working out, even try consulting a good astrologer.
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