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Ask the Marriage Therapist a Question (#1)
I'm a little intimidated by the idea of soliciting questions from the general public, but I'm willing to give it a try.
So this is how it'll go:
You ask a question that you'd like a Marriage & Family Therapist to answer. Please state your question carefully so as to minimize the risk of a misunderstanding.
I'll consider answering every question, but I reserve the right to pick and choose which ones to answer and which ones to ignore. If I think someone is asking a question just to pick a fight or "stump the therapist", I'll be sure to ignore it. Also, some questions may not be appropriate to answer in a forum such as this, and other questions may be outside of the limits of my experience, education or qualifications, so I won't answer those either. There are lots of reasons I may not answer a particular question, so if I don't respond to your question, please don't feel slighted.
I'll answer a select number of questions next week in my post entitled The Marriage Therapist Answers Questions (#1). Some of my answers will be really great and, just... brilliant. Others won't be so good.
So, post your questions below. If you are not an anonymous user on the LJW forums, then please feel free to ask personal questions with "I have a 'friend' who...". I will politely answer with "Your 'friend' needs to consider..." as if I have no idea who you are talking about.
Get it? Alright, then. Post yer questions.