Cox, Arquette credit therapy for happiness

Aug. 11, 2006 at 6:35 PM   |   Comments

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 11 (UPI) -- Actress Courtney Cox said therapy has allowed her and husband David Arquette -- married seven years -- to have one of the most successful unions in Hollywood.

Cox told Life magazine they just really like each other.

"He gets a kick out of me, and I get a kick out of him. We're a good balance for each other," she said.

"He likes the fact that I'm so gregarious -- although it can also make him very uncomfortable -- and I like the fact that he is so sensitive," she said. "We're a great team."

On a recent vacation to Sardinia, the couple got into a row over "stupid stuff," she said. They saw a therapist later who explained what was happening between them.

The therapist said David is more private and doesn't like to fight in public.

"I don't scream," Cox said, "but I have no problem saying what I'm feeling in the moment. David's the opposite."

She said she's learned she needs to take him aside to explain her feelings.

"But I could see how relationships break up if you don't go, 'What are we doing!?'" Cox said.

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