At What Point In A Relationship Should My Partner And I Consider Relationship Counseling?

Question: At what point in a relationship should my partner and I consider relationship counseling?

Answer: You'll know you need relationship counseling if you find yourself thinking about the other person and assuming that they're purposely trying to bug you and thinking angry things about them in your head and having a relentless negative monologue about what a jerk they are. And if you're doing that, you absolutely need to go to couples counseling and you need to do it as soon as you can.

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