One of my greatest frustrations, as a clinical psychologist, is trying to help couples that have waited way too long before seeking help. Joe and Mary come in for assistance, filled with frustration and resentment. They haven’t made love for seven years. They wonder—can marriage counseling help them? Bill and Sarah haven’t said a kind word to each other in years. They argue about everything. When these couples land in my office, I sigh. There has been so much dirty water under their bridge; it seems impossible to repair the damage.
As a man that has been with the same woman for 42... Read More