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    Courtney Cox In Therapy

    http://people.aol.com/people/article...225499,00.html I have always liked her. She seems really down to Earth.

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    Oh who cares, I mean really.
    If two grown people have to run off to a therapist everytime they have a little fight, there's something wrong with society.
    I know you guys love therapy, but there are things that can be worked out yourself without paying some goofball loads of money to work it out for you.

    Grow up Courtney and don't leave all your problems for someone else to figure out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narlacat
    Oh who cares, I mean really.
    If two grown people have to run off to a therapist everytime they have a little fight, there's something wrong with society.
    I know you guys love therapy, but there are things that can be worked out yourself without paying some goofball loads of money to work it out for you.

    Grow up Courtney and don't leave all your problems for someone else to figure out.
    You know when I read that they went to Therapy because of 2 fights they got into I thought to myself, "Wow only 2". DH and I have fought more in one day then they have in their whole marriage!

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    Quote Originally Posted by narlacat
    Oh who cares, I mean really.
    If two grown people have to run off to a therapist everytime they have a little fight, there's something wrong with society.
    I know you guys love therapy, but there are things that can be worked out yourself without paying some goofball loads of money to work it out for you.

    Grow up Courtney and don't leave all your problems for someone else to figure out.
    If more people went for therapy then maybe half of all marriages wouldn't end up in divorce.

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    wow, I don't see it the way you do, Narla.
    I think it's awesome that she can talk so freely about it.

    I see a therapist. And thank goodness I do or I'd be worse than I am now.

    What I think is bad for society is the fact that people think they can't talk about being on meds or seeing a therapist ... like there's something "wrong" with you.
    No one is perfect and most everyone I know could benefit from therapy, even therapists themselves.

    Until people know how to successfuly handle everyday problems, there is no way I'd ever knock anyone for going through therapy.
    The ones who go to therapy are the strong ones in my opinion.
    The ones who continue to be miserable and seek no help are only hurting themselves.

    Good for Courtney!
    Rest in Peace to my best buddy and baby, Buster ~ He crossed the Rainbow Bridge on Jan. 3, 2011. I miss you, Buster and love you with all my being.

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    Therapy can definatly be a good thing. Lots of people have benefited from it. I hope their marriage works. I like her and I like him.

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    Marriage is hard work so I applaud them. In Hollywood, where marriage is a joke, theirs seems to be one that may make it for the long haul. Better to get some help now before problems escalate and it may be too late. And by speaking out, maybe it will encourage other couples to do the same, instead of throwing in the towel.

    I think I've read where Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillipe have had therapy in the past. They are another couple that may make it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shopper

    I think I've read where Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillipe have had therapy in the past. They are another couple that may make it.
    I like them too. She seems to have good values.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrayersForMaura
    wow, I don't see it the way you do, Narla.
    I think it's awesome that she can talk so freely about it.

    I see a therapist. And thank goodness I do or I'd be worse than I am now.

    What I think is bad for society is the fact that people think they can't talk about being on meds or seeing a therapist ... like there's something "wrong" with you.
    No one is perfect and most everyone I know could benefit from therapy, even therapists themselves.

    Until people know how to successfuly handle everyday problems, there is no way I'd ever knock anyone for going through therapy.
    The ones who go to therapy are the strong ones in my opinion.
    The ones who continue to be miserable and seek no help are only hurting themselves.

    Good for Courtney!
    Well, as far as I can tell that doesn't happen in your society, you guys just love to talk about your therapists to anyone that will listen.
    Dr Phil anyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by narlacat
    Well, as far as I can tell that doesn't happen in your society, you guys just love to talk about your therapists to anyone that will listen.
    Dr Phil anyone
    who is "you guys" ??

    Man, has someone you know gotten therapy and gotten better, and perhaps that bothers you??? LOL
    You are so negative about it, just curious why?
    It's not like you had to read the thread or her quotes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrayersForMaura
    who is "you guys" ??

    Man, has someone you know gotten therapy and gotten better, and perhaps that bothers you??? LOL
    You are so negative about it, just curious why?
    It's not like you had to read the thread or her quotes.
    'You guys' being Americans.
    Therapy is an art form over there lol
    I just think it's ridiculous to go into therapy because you had two little fights with hubby, I don't see how you think she is a 'strong person' for doing that.

    I can understand people having therapy for a serious problem, but just because you had a little tiff with hubby...come on!

    I don't understand what you mean with your last sentence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narlacat
    'You guys' being Americans.
    Therapy is an art form over there lol
    I just think it's ridiculous to go into therapy because you had two little fights with hubby, I don't see how you think she is a 'strong person' for doing that.

    I can understand people having therapy for a serious problem, but just because you had a little tiff with hubby...come on!

    I don't understand what you mean with your last sentence.
    I don't think she really went to therapy for a few fights, but even if she did, there's nothing wrong with that.

    Austrailia thinks differently than "we" do in "our country" eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by narlacat
    'You guys' being Americans.
    Therapy is an art form over there lol
    I just think it's ridiculous to go into therapy because you had two little fights with hubby, I don't see how you think she is a 'strong person' for doing that.

    I can understand people having therapy for a serious problem, but just because you had a little tiff with hubby...come on!

    I don't understand what you mean with your last sentence.
    My last sentence was about you coming to a thread with a headline about her being in therapy, when you seem obviously against it. You wrote "who cares".
    Well, some of us do care, that is why we are posting in this thread. If you don't care, why do you keep posting in this thread and not one that you care more about?
    Rest in Peace to my best buddy and baby, Buster ~ He crossed the Rainbow Bridge on Jan. 3, 2011. I miss you, Buster and love you with all my being.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrayersForMaura
    My last sentence was about you coming to a thread with a headline about her being in therapy, when you seem obviously against it. You wrote "who cares".
    Well, some of us do care, that is why we are posting in this thread. If you don't care, why do you keep posting in this thread and not one that you care more about?
    When I clicked on the thread, I wasn't to know she was in therapy for nothing more serious than having a tiff with hubby.

    I haven't said I am against it.
    What I have said was it is ridiculous to go into therapy for having a coupla fights with your loved one...

    I keep on posting, because you keep on asking me questions!
    Would be rude of me not to try and answer them for you wouldn't it

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    Now Now, let's all agree to disagree and get along.

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