If you ask Keyshia, marriage counseling really works. She and husband NFL player Daniel Goodson are outspoken advocates for it. In an interview with Essence.com, they gave a insight into what they've learned.
Initially hesistant at first, Daniel took to the mindset many blacks take to counseling.“At first, I didn’t believe in it. I’m a strong Christian, so I believed that, like, you go to God and you fix it and you pray about it, but sometimes you do need a different opinion,”
Keyshia also offered her personal testament to why and how it has worked for her, but admits it’s work staying happily married. “Once I get upset, there’s kind of no turning back,” the singer explained. “He knows that that’s not fair, and I know that’s not fair. Sometimes I really get caught up in my emotions and I’m really good at it. So, like our psychiatrist says, I have to try to do ‘the unnatural thing.’ So, I’m trying.”
The couple is happily married, but they’ve got to work to spend time together since their schedules are so busy.