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Problem is, I am to a point where I have no motivation to make the counseling work.

I've been more of a lurker on this board as one sitting on the fence not knowing which side I'll land on. I'm jumping in here because I've had sessions with a marriage counselor, and it takes both people to speak up. Having sessions together and one-on-one with the counselor is also important. Heck, I found the one-on-one sessions a good way to unload some stress. I've tried to get DW to have a one-on-one, but she didn't feel the need. In my case, things have *improved* - time will tell whether it's because they truly did improve or she knew that they had to improve, at whatever cost.

Do you know why you lack the motivation for more counseling?? You don't need to reply here as much as be honest with yourself.

Patzer mentioned something about this board not being active - though I tend to take that as a good sign.

(((((((Patzer))))))) and (((((((Lisa)))))))

Hoping for the best for both of you.

Odee
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