Follow Couples therapy no longer has a stigma. You just have to watch an American sitcom to see how mainstream it's become. But getting couples therapy in your late twenties, or early thirties? That's something we're definitely not used to hearing about. Typically couples therapy, or counselling, is the stuff of long-term relationships. Until, that is, I read that Frozen actress Kristen Bell, 34, credited it as the secret to her happy marriage.
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Message boards abound with questions from those trying to navigate information about couples counseling. Another responds that three months might be a bit soon: Michael Broder has worked with couples for more than 35 years, and sees therapy as an increasingly common and acceptable option for those in their late 20s and early 30s. Generation Y-ers ages 18—29 represent a mere 8. Of course, most young people today consider relationships of more than five years or so almost like a marriage.
Pin It Recently, Kristen Bell came forward and discussed the benefits of attending couples therapy while dating. She admitted that shortly after she and now-husband Dax Shepard began dating, they entered into couples therapy. Therapy is not something to be embarrassed about. More importantly, what are the benefits of attending couples therapy with your boyfriend? Nowadays, many people are waiting until their thirties to get married.