relationship counselor
sad

Huntington, WV

#1 Dec 8, 2013
Ive been having troubles in my relationship me and my bf have been arguing a lot and I was wondering if anyone could givee any insight onto being in couples therapy. Does it work or is it just a big waste of money? Any advice on where to go in the areea or any other information would be appreciated thanks
Ron

Chesapeake, OH

#2 Dec 8, 2013
sad wrote:
Ive been having troubles in my relationship me and my bf have been arguing a lot and I was wondering if anyone could givee any insight onto being in couples therapy. Does it work or is it just a big waste of money? Any advice on where to go in the areea or any other information would be appreciated thanks
I bet you stopped giving him BJs and sex is less often. You want to fix your problem, satisfy your man and he will treat you like a queen. Make him feel unwanted and you get crap back. If he's gay and posing as a real man, disregard this advice. Otherwise go yank his tool.
LipsOfAnAngel

Ashburn, VA

#3 Dec 8, 2013
Ron wrote:
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I bet you stopped giving him BJs and sex is less often. You want to fix your problem, satisfy your man and he will treat you like a queen. Make him feel unwanted and you get crap back. If he's gay and posing as a real man, disregard this advice. Otherwise go yank his tool.
Bullcrap I gave it to my boyfriend anytime he wanted it plus some and we still had problems.
baha

United States

#4 Dec 8, 2013
Well did you fondle his balls maybe toss his salad once in while. Don't bother him when his fav football team or school is playing on tv. And maybe just maybe just shut the hell up once in a while
LipsOfAnAngel wrote:
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Bullcrap I gave it to my boyfriend anytime he wanted it plus some and we still had problems.
sad

Huntington, WV

#5 Dec 8, 2013
Ron wrote:
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I bet you stopped giving him BJs and sex is less often. You want to fix your problem, satisfy your man and he will treat you like a queen. Make him feel unwanted and you get crap back. If he's gay and posing as a real man, disregard this advice. Otherwise go yank his tool.
Youre an idiot. I wanted advise about a counselor not advice on my relationship from idiots on topix if you dont have a legitimate answer to my original question save you time and dont comment. Thanks
sad

Huntington, WV

#6 Dec 8, 2013
Your
sad

Huntington, WV

#7 Dec 8, 2013
baha wrote:
Well did you fondle his balls maybe toss his salad once in while. Don't bother him when his fav football team or school is playing on tv. And maybe just maybe just shut the hell up once in a while <quoted text>
Im very giving in our sex life... quite possibly I need to just stfu lol but seriously has anyone actually been to counseling with their SO and actually had good come out of it?
Ben2

Huntington, WV

#8 Dec 8, 2013
SAD : it is good if both of you honestly put forth the effort . If one does and the other does not then its a waste . Most problems in any relationship usually have selfishness at the root . I'm happily married - my wife is happy as well . We put each other's needs ahead of our own . So in other words we always have each other's back . 10 years and going strong . Good luck
Ron

Chesapeake, OH

#9 Dec 8, 2013
sad wrote:
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Youre an idiot. I wanted advise about a counselor not advice on my relationship from idiots on topix if you dont have a legitimate answer to my original question save you time and dont comment. Thanks
I think I found your problem. You are a bitch and it is hard for him to want to be around you. You bed skills are just good enough to keep you around. I see little hope as you age and become less attractive. He's most likely already eyeing younger talent.
Ron

Chesapeake, OH

#10 Dec 8, 2013
Your

Everyone makes mistakes, some just repeat them.
sad

Huntington, WV

#11 Dec 9, 2013
Ron wrote:
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I think I found your problem. You are a bitch and it is hard for him to want to be around you. You bed skills are just good enough to keep you around. I see little hope as you age and become less attractive. He's most likely already eyeing younger talent.
Youre an ass buddy, does calling me a bitch make you feel better. I just wanted valid info, not youre illgotten theory on what my problem is. You have not the first clue as to what I am like. My tolerance and patience for my bf is whole hell of a lot larger than my tolerance for ignorant people on topix who just feel like running their mouth bc theyre bored.
Ron

Chesapeake, OH

#12 Dec 9, 2013
sad wrote:
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Youre an ass buddy, does calling me a bitch make you feel better. I just wanted valid info, not you illgotten theory on what my problem is. You have not the first clue as to what I am like. My tolerance and patience for my bf is whole hell of a lot larger than my tolerance for ignorant people on topix who just feel like running their mouth bc theyre bored.
You're right sad, I'm just fukking with you. Here's the real deal, if you fight all the time, he is not the one. Fighting is making a square peg fight into a round hole. You can use a hammer and make it work, but the effort is exhausting. Cut your losses and move on... Find someone that you rarely argue with and life is much better. That's free advice that you one day might realize as truth.
Lycan

Huntington, IN

#13 Dec 9, 2013
sad wrote:
Does it work or is it just a big waste of money? Any advice on where to go in the areea or any other information would be appreciated thanks
Honestly, therapy does not work in the sense you are thinking. Any good therapists worth the paper his/her degree is printed on will tell you that counseling does not "repair", "fix", or "prevent" problems.
Relationship therapy is an attempt to get couples to communicate better. That is it. It sounds idiotic that grown adults need to be "taught" how to listen and communicate, but that`s the truth.
As far as key issues that trouble the relationship, it`s nothing more than an outside opinion on said disagreements.
I have been to such marriage counsling. It will shed light on the problem(s), and even help you understand the "why" and the "what".
Some problems can not be fixed. Therapy, is "therapy", not a fix it plan.
I`ve been divorced for 3 years. Sometimes it`s for the best.
But each situation is unique. Mine was.

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