Thriving Couples Blog
This is another blog in a series from old things I’m finding cleaning out files…past due, no doubt (click Here for the others). The quote below is left over from my dissertation back in my Ph.D. studies at Iowa State in the 1990’s! YIKES! In any case . . .
All he does is play video games. All she does is nag. Learn how to break the pattern and how Dr. Bing can help you thriving in your marriage.
The number one complaint women bring to therapy is “My husband won’t talk to me.” I wouldn’t be surprised if the second complaint is, “I can’t say anything to him without him taking it personal and getting mad or shutting down.”
Fighting is certainly no way to live. It wears people out. And we’ve all heard the argument, “It’s better to divorce than fight in front of the kids all the time.” Careful. Divorce seems like the easy solution, but it creates a whole new . . .
Yeah, I work with married people, but I see a lot of formerly married people and a bunch of people who are thinking of marriage and many many single people about all kinds of things. Maybe my title is “Marriage Therapist.”
The reason I’m thinking of this topic is because I recently checked the articles on Christianity Today and discovered that Bill Gothard (79), the founder of the Institutes of Basic Life Principles . . .
Dr. Bing seeks to reduce the fears of cohabiting couples about marital therapy.
Dr. Bing explains trust violations are hard for couples to handle alone, but with some outside guidance and gentle nudging many couples can heal and even thrive after an affair.
This certainly isn’t the reason I went into marital therapy…to see couples break up. It turns out I’m not a miracle worker. Some folk come to see me too late to save things. It’s a pretty crazy time . . .
Dr. Bing explains why building trust is so difficult, but encourages that it can be done.