So I was looking over my Psychology Today and realized I’d forgotten to chat with you guys about this article. It’s by a lady who wrote a book called “How to Get Divorced by 30”, who talks about her new relationship. She’d only been dating this dude for a while when she suggested that they go to therapy together. She thought that he’d run at the prospect, but he was down for it and they started going to weekly sessions.
Turns out it was great for their relationship. The therapist could cut the heart of any disagreement without it turning in to a knockdown dragout, he (obviously) wouldn’t pick sides, and they both trusted him. Seems great, but then I thought, what about learning to navigate the relationship world together? What if there are benefits to disagreements and not always seeing eye to eye? What happens when the therapist is out of the picture?
I can’t imagine what I would’ve said if The Mister had suggested therapy for us after dating for two months. So what do you think? Yay or nay on therapy during the early dating months?