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Rachel Sussman, a New York City-based marriage counselor, describes the most typical problems in relationships, from money management to sex.
Many famous couples have gotten real about the work they've put into their relationship. Here are stars who have talked about couples therapy.
Divorce is more likely when one or both partners in a relationship feels hopeless, according to couples therapists.
A marriage that ends in divorce can still be considered a success, according to couples therapists. It allows you to grow up and learn about yourself.
‘Delusionally optimistic’ couples are seeking therapy to tackle one of the tensest elements of their relationship: their in-laws
More and more unmarried couples are going to couples therapy to get help dealing with their in-laws. Relationship coach and consultant Peter Pearson says it's important to address these issues sooner than later.
Couples therapy is needed most for a common pattern of couples in distress called the "pursue-withdraw" cycle, where one partner is actively pushing for closeness and the other is pulling away, says a marriage and family therapist.
This couples counselor left his job to coach Silicon Valley tech workers — here’s why he says a good business partnership should be like a...
There's one key way in which a business partnership is like a marriage, he said. Both pairs should aim for having "symmetrical values" and "complementary skills" for a lasting relationship.
Rachel Sussman, a marriage counselor in New York City, says couples frequently come to her frustrated because they have different sex drives.
Rachel Sussman, a relationship expert and marriage counselor, says 20- and 30-something couples are fighting over differences in social media usage.
A marriage therapist asks couples to do a 2-week exercise before their first session, and it’s much harder than it seems
Marriage can be challenging. Couples therapist Peter Pearson often has partners try the "Daily Double" exercise, in which they have to stay positive toward each other for two weeks straight. He says it's much harder than it sounds.