When the vows break

Murphy, Stacy Notaras
June 2012
Counseling Today;Jun2012, Vol. 54 Issue 12, p32
The article discusses the impact of divorce on counselors helping couples in marriage counseling. It refers to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention which reveals that half of all first marriages end in divorce, therefore, more counseling services are needed for couples therapy. It adds that custody battles and complicated financial arrangements can serve as stressors that can lead to depression, anxiety, and adjustment to post-marriage situation.


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