When should you pull for a third party?

All Woman


Sometimes you cannot fix things until you pull for a third party in the mix – a trained professional who will be able to help iron out the kinks.

When would you pull for a third party?

TP:

I wouldn’t, to be frank. I believe a relationship is supposed to be about two people, so if there is a problem, they need to be mature enough to handle their issues. A third party can really mess up a potential relationship.

RT:

It is important to get counselling from time to time. It keeps you in check and we all need that at times. It is best if you get someone professional involved so the advice will be objective.

Chrisan:

I never thought of it and I wouldn’t do it simply because I am very private. If I’ve got an issue with my man, I will fix it with my man. I don’t think a third party can assist at the end of the day. A relationship is really about two people.

Kerry:

Pull for a third party before making major decisions like marriage, and to solve arguments that keep repeating themselves. If you find that the two of you always argue over certain things, or that one partner shuts down during fights, intervention is necessary.

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