I have problems with my partner of trust and respect. It's all about alcohol. If my partner drinks, for instance, on a work day, and then has to drive, and I find out, this is followed by lies, so I don't get angry, which ends up making it much worse. What can I do?
Ms. Shanta Batacharia
Ms. Shanta Batacharia
Pharmacologist, Psychotherapist
London
It is a good idea to have individual therapy first in order that both parties can be more aware of their ways of dealing with the matter.
It is more helpful to have Couple therapy later.
It is helpful to identify both parties attachment style.
It gives an idea of the bonding process

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