According to a study by a counseling company called Relate, men and women
don't have the same goals when they go to couples therapy.
--Women go to counseling to work on their relationship . . . to communicate
. . . and to discuss the problems they're having with their partner.
--And MEN? The driving force that usually gets them to decide to go is . . .
they think it will lead to SEX.
--Men usually take longer to realize that a relationship is in trouble . . .
but they notice when they're getting less lovin' from their partner. And they
consider THAT to be a problem.
--But that's not necessarily a bad thing. Men are often more willing to work
on their relationship because they think it will lead to more sex.