Third Party Advice in Marriage.

#1
is it good to invite a third party to settle a case in ur marriage
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#2
No!, i strongly disagree is not a good thing at all,partners are advice to settle any issue together.
But there may be a case where they have to invite the 3rd party,that is acceptable,,,but back to the question.
It Is Not A Good Thing
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#3
exactly my bro at san
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#4
No, never. The moment that start you start the countdown to the marriage failure.
Thanks.
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#5
Marriage counseling and visit to professional therapists can be encouraged.
Everything should be agreed by both the man and the wife.
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#6
(27-10-2017, 03:04 PM)Ojukwu Wrote: Marriage counseling and visit to professional therapists can be encouraged.
Everything should be agreed by both the man and the wife.
Thanks.

but the counselors are they not third parties
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considering that they themselves maybe ignorant of the situation and can only work with what u told them I don't think counselors are a good idea @ojukwu
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considering that they themselves maybe ignorant of the situation and can only work with what u told them I don't think counselors are a good idea @ojukwu
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oh any good luck on your project @ojukwu
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#7
@hiro
Project ongoing, thanks for asking.
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Maybe I don't understand what you mean by "third party" in this thread.
I wash taking third party to be the married woman or man consulting friends and relatives to make suggestions in their marriage.

* The key word here - individual ie either of the man or the woman (acting alone) .
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#8
outsiders are third parties too @ojukwu
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whether they are family or not involvement In said dispute makes u a third party @ojukwu
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#9
@hiro
I wasn't talking of the family and relatives, I was talking of "individual consultancies". A man asking someone outside and a woman doing such, individually.
You won't call it "third party" if both decide to go together.
Thanks.
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#10
but in a sense it still is a third party I mean they involved another person
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assuming said counselor is a relative nko @ojukwu
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#11
Then you were never married - if you run out everytime
to seek third party advice
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#12
(27-10-2017, 09:49 PM)Chinwike Wrote: Then you were never married - if you run out everytime
to seek third party advice

thanks for your opinion. but could ya please elaborate
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#13
(27-10-2017, 09:51 PM)hiro Wrote: thanks for your opinion. but could ya please elaborate

They should not bother about any third party advice
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#14
(28-10-2017, 07:06 AM)Chinwike Wrote: They should not bother about any third party advice

okay but a counselor is he or she a third party
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#15
(28-10-2017, 07:52 AM)hiro Wrote: okay but a counselor is he or she a third party
A counsellor could be a of professional advice - is OK if
both spouse agree
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(28-10-2017, 01:08 PM)Chinwike Wrote: A counsellor could be a of professional advice - is OK if
both spouse agree

but a counselor is still a third party
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