“If we still loved each other”: an essential show in the era of disposable love

“If we still loved each other”: an essential show in the era of disposable love
“If we still loved each other”: an essential show in the era of disposable love

The second season of the show If we still loved each otherbroadcast from Monday to Thursday on TVA, sparks numerous discussions, which delights Louise Sigouin, the relationship support expert who guides the participating couples.

Indeed, several difficult themes such as infidelity, control, lack of communication or depression are addressed, which provokes a lot of reaction, on social networks.

“The participants have the courage and generosity to introduce us and allow us into their privacy,” said M.me Sigouin interviewed on the show Quebec morning.

The latter underlines that the couples who appear on the show present issues which are recurrent among the clients who consult her privately.

“This time, we can address it in public. We can talk about it in our living rooms. We can have an opinion and differences of opinion and that is very valuable educationally, I find,” she explained.

Disposable love

The show If we still loved each other is important in an era where it is easy to replace your partner, underlines Mme Sigouin.

“We don’t talk much about people who want to reestablish their relationship, who are in a relationship knot, who want to make their relationship something fulfilling, which lasts over time, and that’s what If we still loved each other allows you to discover,” she illustrated.

Watch the full interview in the video above

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