“I wanted us to get help a long time ago but you refused, so now it’s too late!”
“You’re the one who needs therapy, not me. You get help, because I’m not the problem!”
Yes, we know. We’ve heard it all before.
Want to learn a way to suggest getting help that won’t ‘corner’ your reluctant or hopeless spouse?
Traditional marriage counseling can be a waste of time for these couples. Divorce may be premature. The “leaning out” spouse will sometimes “agree” to couples therapy, but does so hardheartedly. Secretly, they may be utterly convinced that “nothing will help.”
“Discernment Counseling helps you to make a thoughtful choice about a crucial life decision.”
It isn’t couples therapy.
It’s Discernment Counseling.
A new time-limited approach to help you each decide how to proceed.