There’s plenty of advice on my site about how to fall back in love but nothing about how to fall out of love…. So you’ve fallen for some one but you know to act on it would destroy other people’s … Continue reading
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.
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Latest NewsJanuary 18th, 2015
Andrew has no appointments at the moment, however, he has a team of therapists that he recommends. Annette is available on Monday 1st June at 8:15pm. Claudio is available on Thursday 28th of May at 5:00pm. They are currently also taking bookings for Skype counselling. For full details, or to make a booking … Continue reading
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To become a butterfly and learn to fly, you need the courage to stop being a catapillar. Coming soon my new book on #change
Helping you step back, take stock and start a dialogue between you and your partner.
You want to forgive your partner but he or she lied, cheated and betrayed you. No wonder you ask yourself, can I ever forgive an affair? So let me tell you a story about Eva Kor, 81, who is s … Continue reading
What would happen if you put a marital therapist, a professor of philosophy, a mathematician and two comedians on a sofa and got them talking about love? That’s the simple idea in this podcast on the philosophy of love. I … Continue reading
Why do people cheat? It’s a question that I get asked a lot and why I’ve decided to answer this letter… ‘I want to thank you for your help you give to people. Ok, no “hinting around the bush” as … Continue reading