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we do understand eachother but we just fight for the most slightest things ever, and i have tried resolving probz wit him but he doesnt want 2 he is afraid id break up and then we always end up arguing when when we atleist try then it turns in to a break up and people actually has to get involve in order for advice which i hate. so i told him we need 2 settle things .but he really do loves me but i think we need help to make out relationship stronger. we dont wana break up but just want things to work.
crystannmarie crystannmarie 18-21 5 Answers Apr 5, 2012

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A counselor(?) just gives you the tools and helps guide. Much prefered over a therapist.

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Don't go to a counsellor. No matter what the problem is the counselor will side more with you, make him fell like he is being made fun of. I have been there. Masculinity is down played and femininity is raised. And yes if you go you will find I'm telling the truth. I was told I was being selfish because i wanted to go fishing for a weekend with my friends but she, my wife,. was always going with the girls. I told the councillor she needed a shrink and went on my trip anyway. I liked that she went with the girls. all couples need a little space. But to be told fishing or hunting was primitive and not needed with the councillor agreeing was a joke. She was supposed to support masculine and feminine needs. she went all feminine. And from what I understand the male counselors do the same. find a way to settle it yourself. Instead of looking at what drive the both of you crazy, look at what you both enjoy in each other. Start there.

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load of garbage.

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I never said it would work. I never said it wouldn't work. And yes, been there, and know that counselors side more with the woman. I was told to be more "Talkative and sensitive to her needs". That's describing another woman. I don't fit that bill. And don't apologize for it.

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Every couple has fights, it's a natural part of relationships, you have to accept it's going to happen. It's the way you fight and resolve conflict that matters. There's a good book you could check out Gottman's "7 principles for making marriage work", and the author gives lectures about it on Youtube for a brief overview. Hope you guys work it out, best of luck :)

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best to dump him, will never work. he will wind up abusing you.

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