One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(in the UK) a person trained to give counseling to married couples who have problems in their relationship.‘they're currently seeing a marriage guidance counselor’
- ‘A good marriage guidance counsellor is worth their weight in gold.’
- ‘I trained first as a nurse, then as a marriage guidance counsellor, before moving into health journalism.’
- ‘Marriage guidance counsellor Phillip Hodson estimates that each week 2,900 children find out their home is breaking up.’
- ‘Very reluctantly he accompanies her to a town in Maine, to attend sessions with a well-known marriage guidance counsellor.’
- ‘The former marriage guidance counsellor said she got the idea for the book when she was out in the park with her granddaughter.’
- ‘The couple are reportedly seeing a marriage guidance counsellor in a bid to save their troubled relationship.’
- ‘The police's legal powers are the reasons for calling the police in an emergency, rather than, say, a priest, psychiatrist, or marriage guidance counsellor.’
- ‘Turner works as a marriage guidance counsellor at Preston Caring Services.’
- ‘So if an ennui has crept into your marriage, talk it over, visit a marriage guidance counsellor together, go on a holiday, inject some romance - anything.’
- ‘Yet the feeling remains that a marriage guidance counsellor could have sorted their differences.’
- ‘It was what marriage guidance counsellors would call "progress".’
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