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2014-05-16 10:10:10 AM  

Nidiot: What this thread has taught me is that if you need a marriage counsellor, you may as well save the money and just divorce straight away.

Has anyone's troubled marriage been saved by counselling, ever?


My troubled marriage has been helped, but probably wasn't in need of "saving." My wife has anxiety problems which can be debilitating. Dealing with the implications is exhausting and frustrating even though I am very patient. This thread is about to close and I'm typing on my phone, so I won't write a dissertation, but if you want to hear the pluses and minuses from someone who would go to counseling again, my email is in my profile.
 
2014-05-16 10:16:06 AM  
Anyone can contact me for that matter. I believe in marriage and that even most people can figure out what the fark is wrong with them and change, even if they think they're "the good one." It takes a modicum of maturity and humility. Most people have a little of each, but even those who don't often have other virtues that can be leveraged (if you'll forgive the neologism--yes, I'm a business major) to get the same effects if they are willing for any reason to put in the effort.
 
2014-05-16 11:55:22 AM  

Wangiss: Anyone can contact me for that matter. I believe in marriage and that even most people can figure out what the fark is wrong with them and change, even if they think they're "the good one." It takes a modicum of maturity and humility. Most people have a little of each, but even those who don't often have other virtues that can be leveraged (if you'll forgive the neologism--yes, I'm a business major) to get the same effects if they are willing for any reason to put in the effort.


1) How old are you?
2) Are you, or have you been, married?
 
2014-05-16 11:56:08 AM  

noitsnot: Wangiss: Anyone can contact me for that matter. I believe in marriage and that even most people can figure out what the fark is wrong with them and change, even if they think they're "the good one." It takes a modicum of maturity and humility. Most people have a little of each, but even those who don't often have other virtues that can be leveraged (if you'll forgive the neologism--yes, I'm a business major) to get the same effects if they are willing for any reason to put in the effort.

1) How old are you?
2) Are you, or have you been, married?


3) Are you Mormon?
 
2014-05-16 11:58:21 AM  

noitsnot: Wangiss: Anyone can contact me for that matter. I believe in marriage and that even most people can figure out what the fark is wrong with them and change, even if they think they're "the good one." It takes a modicum of maturity and humility. Most people have a little of each, but even those who don't often have other virtues that can be leveraged (if you'll forgive the neologism--yes, I'm a business major) to get the same effects if they are willing for any reason to put in the effort.

1) How old are you?
2) Are you, or have you been, married?


The words "my wife" should be some sort of indication for the second question. I'm old enough to have been in counseling with my wife of ten years four years ago. It was beneficial. I'm guessing your questions are meant to demonstrate incredulity. Your skepticism is noted.
 
2014-05-16 12:01:54 PM  

noitsnot: noitsnot: Wangiss: Anyone can contact me for that matter. I believe in marriage and that even most people can figure out what the fark is wrong with them and change, even if they think they're "the good one." It takes a modicum of maturity and humility. Most people have a little of each, but even those who don't often have other virtues that can be leveraged (if you'll forgive the neologism--yes, I'm a business major) to get the same effects if they are willing for any reason to put in the effort.

1) How old are you?
2) Are you, or have you been, married?

3) Are you Mormon?


As I wrote, I'm perfectly happy to engage you in conversation including personal questions if you have some sincere interest. EIP.
 
2014-05-16 12:35:55 PM  

Wangiss: Anyone can contact me for that matter. I believe in marriage and that even most people can figure out what the fark is wrong with them and change, even if they think they're "the good one." It takes a modicum of maturity and humility. Most people have a little of each, but even those who don't often have other virtues that can be leveraged (if you'll forgive the neologism--yes, I'm a business major) to get the same effects if they are willing for any reason to put in the effort.


Just I would want in a marriage counselor: a business major.
 
2014-05-16 12:37:40 PM  

JuniorII: Just I would want in a marriage counselor: a business major.


Just WHAT I would want.

man I suck at this.....
 
2014-05-16 05:38:56 PM  

JuniorII: Wangiss: Anyone can contact me for that matter. I believe in marriage and that even most people can figure out what the fark is wrong with them and change, even if they think they're "the good one." It takes a modicum of maturity and humility. Most people have a little of each, but even those who don't often have other virtues that can be leveraged (if you'll forgive the neologism--yes, I'm a business major) to get the same effects if they are willing for any reason to put in the effort.

Just I would want in a marriage counselor: a business major.


Oh, goodness, no. I'm not a marriage counselor. Do you need to go re-read my posts?
 
2014-05-16 06:29:29 PM  

Wangiss: JuniorII: Wangiss: Anyone can contact me for that matter. I believe in marriage and that even most people can figure out what the fark is wrong with them and change, even if they think they're "the good one." It takes a modicum of maturity and humility. Most people have a little of each, but even those who don't often have other virtues that can be leveraged (if you'll forgive the neologism--yes, I'm a business major) to get the same effects if they are willing for any reason to put in the effort.

Just I would want in a marriage counselor: a business major.

Oh, goodness, no. I'm not a marriage counselor. Do you need to go re-read my posts?



See, we don't go back and read your whole post history in the thread.  We don't really care about the continuity of your thesis and so forth.  We just see one post and comment on it as a stand-alone statement.

So, when I see "Golly everybody I'd just love to help you with your marriage" coupled with "I'm a business major" (I'm in college) - I think Mormon.

Perhaps you meant "I was a business major" and you are no longer in college.  In which case, my bad.
 
2014-05-16 07:07:29 PM  

noitsnot: Wangiss: JuniorII: Wangiss: Anyone can contact me for that matter. I believe in marriage and that even most people can figure out what the fark is wrong with them and change, even if they think they're "the good one." It takes a modicum of maturity and humility. Most people have a little of each, but even those who don't often have other virtues that can be leveraged (if you'll forgive the neologism--yes, I'm a business major) to get the same effects if they are willing for any reason to put in the effort.

Just I would want in a marriage counselor: a business major.

Oh, goodness, no. I'm not a marriage counselor. Do you need to go re-read my posts?


See, we don't go back and read your whole post history in the thread.  We don't really care about the continuity of your thesis and so forth.  We just see one post and comment on it as a stand-alone statement.

So, when I see "Golly everybody I'd just love to help you with your marriage" coupled with "I'm a business major" (I'm in college) - I think Mormon.

Perhaps you meant "I was a business major" and you are no longer in college.  In which case, my bad.


Uh, apology accepted?
 
2014-05-16 07:13:44 PM  
What I got from his wharrgarbbl was I can help you solve your marriage problems, so marriage counselor.

I think I'll ask my garbageman about robots and wormholes. Makes perfect sense.....

www.geocities.ws
 
2014-05-16 08:38:50 PM  

JuniorII: What I got from his wharrgarbbl was I can help you solve your marriage problems, so marriage counselor.

I think I'll ask my garbageman about robots and wormholes. Makes perfect sense.....

[www.geocities.ws image 200x185]


You and noitsnot should maybe just take a break and go sober up. You have both managed to completely misunderstand what the adults are talking about.

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