When do you think it’s ok to go to couple therapy

Like how long into a relationship is it okay to go to couple therapy? Me and my bf fight a lot and we’ve been together for 14 months now. He’s 27 and I’m 19. Do you think we should go?

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  • You should seek therapy by yourself and forget your ex drug addict, shitty gift giving, allowance boyfriend.

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  • Do the smart thing, and breakup with him then go into therapy to work on your numerous issues.

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    • Wow. Thx bitch. I thought you were nice

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      • I am nice, and I'm trying to help you, but you don't seem to want to take my help or the help of numerous other Is It Normal members. You ask the same damn thinly veiled questions about the same loser, piece of shit boyfriend on here every other damn day, because you want someone to validate and sign off to your bullshit that it's okay to stay with a stupid, deadbeat, junkie who is ten years older than you, treats you like shit, probably cheats and has no respect for you. You can make all the Kool aid you want, child, but aint nobody here drinking it!

        You're just booty hurt, because I call you on your shit! What you should do is take a vote, because no one here thinks you should be with Mr. Wrong except for you. Would you rather for me and the rest of this site to lie to you, and encourage you to live out this codependent nightmare until he has completely destroyed your self-esteem, and dumped you, because mark my muthafuckin words that's where this train wreck you call a relationship is headed.

        What is wrong with leaving him, and moving back in with your folks for the love of God? Are your parents that bad that you'd rather get used up and abused by a deadbeat, douchebag junkie, sexist pig than move back in with them. Being alone ain't easy, but it can make a person stronger, healthier, more confident and *gasp* independent! I went to my domestic abuse survivors support group last night, and did you know there are people(usually women) who never leave their abuser? There are women in their sixties who have wasted their entire lifetimes with disgusting abusers. Is that what you want? Abuse is not just physical, it's verbal, emotiomal and sexual.

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        • Spot on Rose. You forgot to mention she will also get knocked up pretty soon, and then have to suffer additional abuse, when this loser accuses her of cheating and claims he isn't the babydaddy.

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        • Great response RoseIsabella!

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        • Yeah. So you know it’s hard. How old are you?

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  • If you’re fighting a lot and you only been together for 14 months then you both should breakup. That’s not a good sign.

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  • Break up and find someone you get along with

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  • You don’t give up do you?

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  • Your problem is with yourself. You are afraid to be alone.

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  • Couples therapy sounds like a really good idea.

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