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Licensed Professional Counselor & Marriage and Family Therapist - Contact: email@example.com or 469-223-7153 You know how it is, some conversations with your partner are like walking through a minefield, you never know when you are going to lose a limb. What if you could release the trigger without an casualties?That's when you discover the treasure inside the mine. You know how it is, when couples have been together for a while, there are just some topics, some areas, that even if you want a change; you learn to just not ever go there. Eventually, you will just distance yourself from the person that you love rather than push to get what you really want from your partner because its just to risky. It just doesn't seem worth it. Developing an emotionally wealthy relationship requires walking through the minefields. Not all of us are brave enough to do it, thatâs what the divorce rate is so high. And, if you donât know how to do it, who can blame you? But when you discover how each trigger contains important, valuable, and precious pieces of information about your partner that changes everything. These parts of your partner are the very things that drew you to them in the first place, but they have been hiding behind layers of dynamite. Fearing the explosions, you have tiptoed around trying not to set off the blast only to lose your partner and your love in the process. Once you hold the treasure in your hands, providing the safety and nurturing that part needs to come into the light of day, youâll discover the fun of playing with the person you fell in love with so long ago. Thatâs the payoff for taking the risk of walking through the minefield. SKYPE therapy: You can get marriage help, avoid relationship breakups and save your marriage without leaving your home whether. Couples are demonstrably more comfortable and intimate during online video sessions