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It might be a growing trend, but preventative therapy is still something I’m a little sceptical about. “I used to think the exact same,” my friend Gina*, 25, tells me.
“I’ve been with my boyfriend for about a year-and-a-half, but recently we decided to get therapy.
With a growing awareness around the triggers for divorce, and more people having individual therapy, it’s becoming a popular option for those who want to make their relationship last.
“Especially if they’ve got an underlying issue like in-laws, money or thoughts about kids.” The idea is that, instead of waiting for deep-rooted issues to surface, couples get help early on and make sure those issues never have time to even grow their roots.
They might have sessions fortnightly, monthly or even yearly – but it helps them make sure they notice their problems early and tackle with them head-on. And if you need professional help six months in to a relationship, isn’t that a bad sign for the future?
"But I looked into it and realised it might work for us.
The first appointment was scary, but now I really like it.