If you're in marriage counseling, chances are you and your husband are doing most of the talking. But thanks to years of experience, your therapist has plenty of advice that she'd like to share with you, too. Read on to get expert insight on making the most of your sessions. Photo by: Thinkstock
1. I can tell pretty quickly if your marriage is going to last.
"Within a few sessions I can generally make an educated guess about the future of your relationship," says Bree Maresca-Kramer, relationship counselor and author of It's That Simple! "A clear sign that it won't: One or both of you has emotionally checked out and is unwilling to take any responsibility for your problems."
2. If you want a pity party, go elsewhere.
"Women are always surprised that I don't seem outraged or upset by what they're telling me," says Joyce Morley, EdD, a marriage and family therapist inRead More »from 7 Things Your Marriage Counselor Wants You to Know