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Celebrity Couples Who Admit They Needed Couples Therapy

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It’s not easy being in the spotlight, especially if you’re a celebrity couple. Some have found ways to keep their relationships private, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t struggled. These couples recently opened up about their experiences in couples therapy, and you might be surprised by who’s on the list.

Fresh Prince and Princess

Married for over 20 years, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith aren’t quiet about their marital struggles. Their marriage would not have lasted this long without counseling. They both went through the “dark” to get to the “dawn.” Will commented, “When the truth comes out and people have to say who they are and what they think, you get to know who they are.”

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How I Met David

The couple has been together for over ten years and they got married in 2014. They always seem happy, but it hasn’t always been easy. Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka opened up to Life & Style Magazine about the benefits of marriage counseling, and how it helped their relationship. Burtka said, “It’s nice to sort of just talk to someone who is a mediator. That’s helped our relationship.”

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Just Give Me A Reason To Go To Therapy

It was almost the end of the road for Pink and Carey Hart in 2008 when they filed for a divorce. However, the couple decided to attend marriage counseling, and it saved their marriage. Now they are full supporters of therapy. Pink commented, “We fight nicer. There is no yelling in front of [our daughter] Willow, ever. We can argue, just no yelling. We are couples-therapy people. We do it for maintenance, not problems.”

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Twitter’s Favorite Couple

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard might be everyone’s favorite celebrity couple. They define “couple goals.” But they have been in therapy multiple times since their 2013 wedding. Whenever they struggle with marital problems, they seek counseling. Bell said, “We have a very healthy marriage and we got there by doing therapy when we needed it, and constantly doing fierce moral inventories.”

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Queen B and King J

Beyoncé and Jay-Z are an iconic “power couple,” but they have struggled, just like everyone else. There have been many rumors that Jay-Z has cheated on Beyoncé, especially after the release of her album Lemonade. Whenever those rumors resurface, the couple heads to marriage counseling. A source explained, “They have known their therapist for a long time and try to have weekly sessions, just to keep communication open and make sure there are no misunderstandings.”

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