Top 10 Reasons to START CoUPLES 

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It works

The vast majority of couples get the help they need and have high satisfaction with their couples therapy experience. 

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It can improve you as an individual

Individuals experience better physical health, greater work focus, and improved emotion management after addressing relationship concerns.

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You might live longer

Married people live on average three years longer than singletons while people with strong emotional ties have faster recoveries from surgery and illness.

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You can’t escape your relationship

You are the common denominator in any relationship you have. You can leave your partner, but your relationship problems will follow you unless you tackle them. 

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Divorce statistics are outdated

Divorce in the U.S. has decreased for couples who got married in the 1980s or later. Other countries have maintained lower divorce rates and high levels of happiness all along. A great relationship is attainable so don’t let social assumptions fool you.

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The sooner the better

The earlier a couple seeks therapy, the less number of sessions they will need. 

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It can be more effective than individual therapy

It takes fewer sessions to address relationship concerns in couples therapy than in individual therapy, saving you time, money, and aggravation.

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You were created for connection

Human beings are wired to have an intimate secure attachment with another person, which allows them the safety to grow and evolve.

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Children IN YOUR LIFE will benefit

Children of divorced parents are more likely to divorce too. It’s important to demonstrate a healthy relationship for your kids and other kids in your social sphere so that they expect healthy relationships for themselves.

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Relationships don’t come with a manual

Relationship problems don't simply go away; however, a couples therapist has the training (and manuals) needed to help your relationship succeed. 

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For one human being to love another: that is perhaps the most difficult of all our tasks, the ultimate, the last test and proof, the work for which all other work is but preparation.

 

Rainer Maria Rilke