September 2015
Good Health (Australia Edition);Sep2015, p58
The article presents the author's views on marriage counseling and shares what specialists have advised. Couples can sort out issues themselves specially when both are working. Also discussed are express feelings for each other via discussion, going out for a date, improve sex life, and understand parenting.


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