A lot of guys are totally against “marriage counseling.” I don’t get it. They are perfectly fine seeing a therapist but they will not do marriage counseling. Have you noticed that? I wonder what the aversion men have against the type of counseling that is designed to save their marriage? What, it makes them feel like they failed? Or they don’t care? Or what? I don’t get it. Counseling is good for marriage. I think married people should get it even before they start to have problems. Did you know that Catholics have the lowest divorce rates? And one theory is that it is because of all the pre-marital counseling they have to get. Many continue to have counseling during the marriage and this is, of course, from the clergy. It seems to work. Try it. It could really preserve your own union.