The decision to go to couples and sex therapist before marriage does not mean the marriage is doomed from the start. In fact, it can be a proactive step towards building a healthy and fulfilling intimate and sexual relationship with your partner and can prevent the need for counseling down the line when it may be too late or too complicated to save the marriage.
Sex therapy is a form of counseling that focuses on helping individuals and couples overcome sexual issues and improve their sexual relationships. A sex therapist can help individuals and couples identify and address specific sexual concerns, such as low libido, difficulty achieving orgasm, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and other sexual dysfunctions or problems. But sex therapy can also provide a safe environment to speak openly about desire, fantasy, and fetish with a professional with the language and education to frame these tastes in an understanding and palatable way to a partner who may not understand….yet.
By addressing sexual issues before getting married, you and your partner can better understand one another's sexual needs and preferences and work together to build a mutually satisfying sexual relationship. Sex therapy can also help couples improve their communication and problem-solving skills, which can be beneficial in other areas of the relationship as well. The bottom line is that positive and open communication concerning intimacy and sexual connection changes the energy within your relationship and makes the other moments of intellectual and emotional connection more effortless and enjoyable.
In summary, seeking help from a Sex Therapist before getting married can be a decisive step toward building a healthy and fulfilling sexual relationship with your partner. It does not mean your marriage is doomed. So if you have any sexual and intimacy issues, I strongly encourage you to reach out for help; it's only up from there.