Can anyone recommend a marriage counselor who specializes in infidelity?

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Posted seb345 edited answer

Can anyone recommend a marriage counselor who specializes in infidelity?

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seb345 seb345 edited answer

Don’t be silly, you always need someone who is ready to listen. I needed to get relationship counseling after divorce and I am really grateful to those who gave me this opportunity. For our culture, going to a psychologist is a new phenomenon and not fully understood. Yes, lately I’ve seen more posts on Facebook about how it’s okay and helpful to ask for help. But what is the benefit? If I once go to a psychologist’s office, I will go there all my life. The list of what worries me does not fit on two A4 sheets. The discussion will stretch forever. Therefore, the choice of a specialist must be approached carefully. I used to think that if I didn’t solve the problem on my own, but with someone’s help, consider that I didn’t solve it. But now I know for sure that not everything depends on me and I live on

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Anny Key

It seems to me that you should just forget about this sad relationship and let it go. Better go to this site seniordatingwebsites.ca/summarizing-the-benefits-of-seniorstodate-com-for-senior-dating! There you can meet a good partner who will not betray you! Don’t think about your age, it’s never too late to fall in love!

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I recommend HRC Consultants. A couple of very experienced, good couples therapists there are Steve Mullinix and Betsi Koszalka. I, unfortunately, have lots of experience with both. Even if they aren’t a good fit, they are well-connected and could easily refer you to someone who might be.

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