You feel more like roommates than lovers.
You long to feel connected with your partner again. After all, your partner is your best friend. You just can’t seem to get through to them. You’re tired of having the same argument again and again. You’re tired of hearing them promise to change then… nothing.
You know that there has to be more to love than this. At least, you sure hope there is. You deserve to have a happy marriage. You deserve to have a partner who is attentive to your needs and desires.
Your partner is brilliant, but they just don’t seem to get it.
How can someone who is so bright be so dim when it comes to your relationship? Well, in simplest terms: books, numbers, computers, even games are logical. They make sense. Relationships? Not so much. At least, not yet. And it frustrates your partner too. After all, they’re use to having the answer.
Who am I?
My name is Mark Cagle, and I’m a marriage counselor in Dallas. (Pronouns: he/his/him)
I understand the frustration of being married to someone who is highly intelligent. (My wife tells me all the time.) I also know what’s going on in the mind of someone who “just doesn’t get it.”
I know that being a successful business-owner, prolific writer or researcher, computer whiz, numbers geek… doesn’t always equate to a thriving marriage.
In fact, it presents a unique set of challenges that not all marriage counselors are equipped to handle. The last thing you want is to finally persuade your partner to seek marriage counseling then have them become convinced that the therapist is just taking your side and doesn’t understand them.
I have the unique ability to see the issues from both sides.
I have dedicated my career to helping couples just like you and have attended countless hours of training in order to do just that.
How Can I Help?
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