Quoted in The Wall Street Journal on Men In Couples Therapy

In some cases, by the time the wife asks the husband to go to therapy, she has been hard on him, labeling him as bad at opening up, or “emotionally impotent,” says Traci Ruble, a marriage and family therapist in San Francisco who specializes in helping men feel comfortable in therapy. “I don’t want to pick on women—they are usually hurt because they want the connection—but the way they try to get their husband to open up is by shaming him, which never works.”   Read More