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By Cheryl Fraser, PhD

“We don’t make love much anymore. I’m rarely in the mood. My partner doesn’t want sex as often as I do.”

If you work with couples, you will hear this a lot.

What I call “Marriage, Inc.” has taken over the love life of many modern families. Careers. Kids. Rushing around with a to-do list. Fatigue. When your couples fall into bed at the end of the day, they are just too tired for sex.

By Tammy Nelson, PhD

What does it mean to work with couples in open marriages? Not all therapists personally agree with the concept of open marriage. However, you don’t have to change your values to treat couples who have chosen a lifestyle that doesn’t align with your own. It’s important to be aware of the myriad of possible non-traditional relationships you might encounter in your practice. Here are some examples:

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