Would Counseling Help?

 

The following questions will help you as a couple to decide if you need to go to counseling:
 

  • Do you no longer enjoy the mutual activities you used to?

  • Do you use extreme language when you fight (for example, “always” and “never”)?

  • Have you been spending less time together by choice?

  • Have you lost interest in sexual relations for the past two months?

  • Do you have sex with your partner – without feeling any sexual interest?

  • Do you argue about things that were not issues in the past?

  • Has the partnership had a major role change that is upsetting to the other partner or yourself (for example, a new baby, an elderly relative living with you, your step-children are moving in with you, a home foreclosure, or the breadwinner lost his/her employment)?

  • Has one of you kept a secret, had an affair, or been emotionally unavailable?


If you answered, “yes” to most of these questions, you and your partner could benefit from counseling to improve your relationship.

Call for an appointment with Audrey B. Chapman at *202-355-3523 or 703-914-2068.

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