Andrew G Marshall

Author & Marital Therapist

About Andrew

Andrew G Marshall is a marital therapist with twenty-five years' experience.

His self-help books include the international best-seller 'I love you but I'm not in love with you' which has been translated into over fifteen different languages.

He also offers private counselling and workshops in London and writes for the Mail on Sunday, Times, Guardian and Psychologies.

Latest News

May 14th, 2014


Andrew doesn’t have any appointments available at the moment.  However, he has a team of therapists that he recommends.  Andrew’s team also offer skype counselling.  Debby Edwards has availability on Monday 3rd November at 5pm and 8.15pm and on Tuesday 4th November at 5pm, … Continue reading

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Useful topic to discuss with partner: what are you embarrassed to ask for during sex? #marriage

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Featured Posts

Husband Texting Another Woman? 5 Useful Tips

You want to put your foot down but that will drive the behaviour under ground. However, there are five alternatives if your husband texting another woman.

Ten Golden Rules of Happy Parenting - Part 1

Why perfectionism as a parent will drive you mad and undermine your relationship with your children.

Latest Articles

Not happy with sexlife? 4 nice ways to talk to your partner
October 29th, 2014

The myth about love is that you will be so connected that sex will flow like honey. Sounds great doesn’t it? But real life gets in the way. You have to get up a five to beat the traffic or … Continue reading

Bringing the spark back into sex
October 28th, 2014

Seven Ways for bringing the spark back into sex (and none of them include sex toys) What makes someone irresistible? Why does a man’s eyes light up when she walks in the room? What makes women gravitate to certain men? … Continue reading

You can help me if you’re in a relationship crisis!
September 29th, 2014

I’m about to finish a book to help people dealing with a relationship crisis but I’m having trouble finding the right title. My guess is that if you’re on this site, it is probably because you’re in a relationship crisis. … Continue reading

Have the Sex You Want – Frequently Asked Questions
September 5th, 2014

How to have the sex you want. Why is there a need for this book? Although you’ve both changed over the years, you’re probably still having the same sex as when you first met. However, you are probably not going … Continue reading

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