Are you finding that you feel more like a roommate than a partner?
Has your relationship taken a back seat over the years to parenting, careers, etc and now you’re not sure what to do?
Are you and your partner struggling with different needs in the relationship, such as emotional needs and sexual needs?
Have you repeatedly told your partner reasons why you're not happy in the relationship but things NEVER change?
Navigating our personal, intimate relationships can be difficult. If you are finding that you are feeling confused, overwhelmed, exhausted or unsatisfied with your relationship, therapy can assist you in getting clarity and direction.
In a codependent relationship, you may often find yourself trying to please your partner in any way possible. You keep the relationship going with a lot of personal sacrifice. It's often a one-sided relationship. This pattern can lead to low self-esteem, anger, difficulty with intimacy and painful emotions.
DIVORCE AND CO-PARENTING
When a divorce takes place, it effects everyone involved. How well (or not well) you handle the divorce often plays a large role in determining how much it will effect your post-divorce relationship and co-parenting relationship. Therapy is a private space to work through these difficult emotions and learn how to navigate this new life after divorce. Common challenges facing divorcees include financial and economical strain, dealing feelings of fear, guilt, shame or anger while trying to "move on" and questioning one's self-identity.
Whether you are seeking help to decide whether or not to stay in a relationship - or, if you are struggling with just trying to make your current relationship work, I am available to help you through that process.
Therapy can provide a safe, confidential and supportive space for you to explore your feelings about your relationships. Together, we will work to help you create healthy, satisfying relationships that include space for your own needs.