Your relationship is coming apart at the seams.
You’ve known it for quite some time. But, you keep hoping if you just hang on long enough, it will magically fix itself.
- Angry and so lonely.
Helpless and hopeless that things can ever be any different or better.
Sometimes you wake up in the middle of the night and the person lying next to you feels like a complete stranger.
You wonder how you got here. Things between you used to be so good. The relationship flowed, and was filled with joy, laughter and ease.
Can it ever be the way again?
Yes it can! Most couples need a little help at some point to get their relationship back on track. So congratulate yourself for taking the step toward a more fulfilling, inspiring union!
I love working with couples who are experiencing the following:
Your marriage is starting to feel like Groundhog Day. You have the same fight over and over, and it seems to start over the smallest thing. You want your partner to care about what’s important to you, but the more you talk, the more they shut down. It’s so exhausting and frustrating that you’ve decided it’s easier to keep quiet and try to let things go. Except you don’t actually let them go, and wind up feeling resentful, hurt and devalued.
Or maybe you’re the one who shuts down. You feel like you can’t do anything right, and what’s the point in even trying. So you don’t. You’re spending more time at work or with the kids in order to avoid the inevitable showdown.
Either way, it feels terrible, and you feel achingly alone. You miss being a team. But right now everything seems so hard. You don’t know how to get unstuck, though you truly want to.
You can’t remember exactly when it started. But now you and your partner feel more like roommates than soulmates.
It wasn’t a big fight, or an affair. It was a series of small decisions that put everything ahead of your marriage.
Between work, the kids, and the relentless pace of everyday life, you’ve stop making each other a priority.
You feel like you are in survival mode, and there’s no time for the two of you. You’ve grown apart, and you don’t know how to come back together.
I get it. You’ve tried so many times to fix things and it hasn’t worked.
Deep down you are afraid that you and your partner are beyond help, and your marriage is doomed. You’re not sure therapy can help.
Fortunately for you, I am not a bobblehead therapist who sits there and nods while providing no feedback or direction.
Together, we will come up with a plan to get you where you want to go.
When you’re both willing to commit to and invest in the process, therapy can work wonders for your relationship. I’ve seen it over and over again.
So let’s get started! Contact me today to schedule your appointment.