Courteney Cox admits in this month's InStyle magazine that she and hubby David Arquette have gone to couples counseling.
"We've done couples therapy in the past," Cox says in the August issue of InStyle magazine (on newsstands Friday). "We're not lazy about our marriage. We have the same arguments we've had for years. Some things just never change, and you should realize that the intriguing things you fall in love with will probably become the things that you don't like and the very things that you'll be talking about for the rest of your relationship."
Some of the moms in our office said they've been in couples therapy for years, and that it's really no biggie. But one mom said that if she needed to go to couples therapy, then it would already be too late -- in her mind, couples counseling is a sure sign of divorce.
Marriage and family therapist Jane Greer feels that "probably everyone could benefit from therapy." Take our quiz and see if couples counseling is right for you.
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Have you and your husband ever gone to couples therapy?