Are you ok with approaching a counsellor when you have relationship troubles?When people approach the family court for divorce issues, they first ask the parties to consult a good counsellor. Some families are benefiting from the counselling but not all. In this case, the couples are meeting the counsellor as per the courts advice. But what I am thinking is, are we ready to seek the support of a counsellor by ourselves when we face a relationship trouble? I have watched a television program where in many of the people are not ready to meet a counsellor as they think they are perfect and needs no one's advice. Some even believe that only people with mental challenges meet a counsellor. Is this a good approach? I think it is high time we get rid of these approaches.
If an experienced person like a counsellor can sort out the troubles in the relation, be it any type of relationship; shouldn't we take his/her help first? They might be able to correct our mistakes and way of thinking or misunderstandings and make life much better. Members, what do you feel?