Reese Witherspoon and husband Ryan Philippe have attended marriage counselling. The beautiful actress has confessed the pair - who have two children, Ava, 6, and two-year-old Deacon - needed help keeping their relationship on track.She also admitted they still have to work hard to keep their romance fresh.
Reese revealed: "Sure we've had counselling. But it's healthy to deal with problems that come up when you're living with another human being and forging your lives together."We see our marriage not as a free ride but as a partnership you work on. You need to discuss things and be open about how to make each other feel good and happy."The screen beauty, who has been nominated for an Oscar for her performance in the Johnny biopic 'Walk The Line', insists the secret to a happy marriage is to deal with life's little obstacles as a team.
Reese explained to Britain's Grazia magazine: "Love is a beautiful thing but you've got to nurture it through the 50 things that come during the day, like driving the kids to school, who's picking up the in-laws from the airport and working when one of your kids is running a high fever. "Those are the normal things that stress every couple."