As Psychiatrists Dispense with Offering Empathy and Advice, Marriage Education Becomes More Popular

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Psychiatrists have discovered talk doesn’t pay, leading many to turn instead to drug therapy, Gardiner Harris reports in The New York Times. Low-cost, evidence-based marriage education and relationship skills training is becoming more popular as couples and singles reach out for practical skills to help them understand and talk to each other.

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