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Seeking marital counselor
I am seeking a counselor to help guide me in the right direction with my wife. I am at wits end with my marriage. I feel unappreciated and unloved. I have essentially been a sole provider financially for my family and over the years (married 7 yrs) I feel taken for granted by my wife.
Posted By : Psten Date: 3 NOV 2014

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Dear Sir,

There are answers and remedies to the situation your seek resoultion for.  Please contact me for further assistance. 

Response By: Gillian Murray-Lyn, LCSW Date: 5 NOV 2014

Dear Feeling Taken For Granted:
Marriage can be full of many bumps in the road. Realizing what you need from the other person is the very first step. Then asking for it or explaining it is the next step.  I would be happy to talk more with you if you feel that I am the right counselor for you.
Thank you
Response By: Kari Schulz Date: 4 NOV 2014

Psten what remains is a re-evaluation of your marriage. You will need to examine what it is in your marriage that remains valuable and a source of pleasure and inspiration to you, and then prepare a strategy for approaching your wife to discuss issues. This requires careful thinking and preparation, as well as dealing of emotions. Typically it takes a couple of months to work through. If you want to engage this process give me a call.

Aleksandar
Response By: Prof. Aleksandar Fatic Date: 4 NOV 2014

Hello Psten,
I do understand you are going through a difficult phase in life. You have given so much to nurture the family but you feel your wife do not express love and affection for you. It is tough to be in such a marriage. I am available to work with you through one of the modes of therapy - text chat, voice chat, or email. 
Joseph 


Response By: Dr. Joseph George Date: 3 NOV 2014

Dear Psten,

Good hopes and serenity in the days to come. Thank you for  choosing proventherapy.com online services. Please send your full case to deal it better. I am online right now.

Sincerely,

Jamal 
Response By: Jamal Hassan Date: 3 NOV 2014

Hello Psten, I'm online and available to chat if you'd like. Thanks. Dr. Vaughan
Response By: Dr. Rachelle Trice Date: 3 NOV 2014

Hello Psten,

You took a brave first step by contacting Proven Therapy.  Seven years are a considerable amount of time. I command you for expressing such complex feelings and asking for assistance.
 It is not easy and if you will continue to work in counseling at the same rate of openess,  you will probably derive the expected results and move forward in a positive way.
Of course, each person works at their own pace and respecting each person's individuality and style of working is essential.
It is also key to the success of the overall therapeutic process to have a solid foundation, based on respect and understanding between you, as client and the therapist you will feel is the best match for your specific situation.
I invite you to review not only the academic credentials of Proven Therapy's professionals, but their overall style and experience.
Our company offers a variety of programs to accommodate clients in various stages of grief and complexity. Also, because we believe  financial hardships should not prevent one from being able to work with a therapist, we offer an email subscription package which is unique :

You may write an unlimited number of emails for a fee of $45 a week. 
The therapist with whom you decide to partner in your work, will answer your emails at least once a day and ask you questions as appropriate for best results. 
Please feel free to ask any questions to  ensure a solid client/therapist alliance. 
With best wishes,
Rodica Mihalis, M.S. Counseling and Clinical Psychology
  
Response By: Rodica Mihalis Date: 3 NOV 2014

Psten,

I invite you to work with a counselor here who is a good fit. If you like, please review my profile and we can set up a weekly session with includes one payment and ongoing emails for a week. This way you have our conversations to review at will by yourself or with your wife.

It is time to feel better, to get the recognition and respect you deserve yet also to take responsibility

Thanks
Gina Lorenzo
Response By: Gina Lorenzo Date: 3 NOV 2014

Psten I would like to work with you and eventually encourage the work to include both you and your wife - there are a lot of good exercises for opening up the resentment well and balancing the emotional budget - after first exploring where you at and where you want to be in the coming years.

Please consider the 'unlimited email' option as this situation is one where a lot of back and forth and sharing will be essential for getting a clear understanding and affording the communication essential for relationship and growth!

Good luck 
Response By: Eric Holmes Date: 3 NOV 2014