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How to Get Your Spouse to Go to Therapy

For years I begged Casey to go to therapy with me. My therapist taught me specific ways to get him to be open to the idea… and they worked! If you’re tired of nagging, complaining, and feeling frustrated, I will tell you exactly how you can get your spouse interested in going to therapy.

How to Get Your Spouse to Go to Therapy

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What you'll learn from this video

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6 creative ways to get your spouse interested in therapy 

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How to know if your spouse is making excuses or has valid concerns regarding therapy 

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A great alternative if they still won’t go

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