November 8th, 2017
Your relationship is pretty good.
You still make each other laugh, you still cuddle, you still feel loved. However, even in seemingly happy relationships, couples get stuck. Maybe it’s been a slow fade or a quick switch, but you and your partner are on two different pages (of two different books in two different languages), and no matter how hard you try, you can’t force yourselves into the same storyline. You feel nervous about mentioning certain issues. You carefully and delicately approach touchy subject matter with your partner.
Or worse, you say nothing at all.
Know this: You are not the only one. Many women (and men) find themselves wanting something better. Better communication, better intimacy and better connection.
Let’s get real. Whether you have been married for a decade or single longer than you like to admit, you know that relationships are tricky. Really tricky. And that trickiness is made worse if you did not grow up with healthy models… If you are still dealing with past emotional baggage… If you are more committed to fixing your problems than your partner… Or if you’re so done with getting advice from all the wrong places.
That’s a lot of ifs.
But you can minimize all those ifs by learning how to communicate in a way that helps build connection with your partner. You can learn to heal from the the past emotional trauma that you continue to carry with you. And you can learn to have an open heart and a kind tongue.
I know. That sounds difficult, but it’s worth it. Trust me, you can take things from “pretty good” to smiling-like-newlyweds amazing with time, effort and openness.
Chance are, you want to have a relationship in which:
- You can trust your partner to have your back and keep your best interests at heart
- Quality time together is a priority, not a luxury
- Your partner is empathetic about the daily stress you deal with and wants to help
- You both share openly, speak up and work through your challenges as a team
- You’re one another’s safe place, finding comfort and understanding in each other
- You motivate each other to be better and there’s no gap between your goals
- You share your responsibilities equally and take care of each other
- Thoughtful gestures, sweet surprises and spontaneity aren’t a thing of the past
- You have a satisfying sex life that’s an expression of your intimacy, not the key to it
Deep down, you know you can build this kind of relationship with your current partner, but how?
I know many couples struggle with intimacy, connection and trust. That’s why my goal in couples session is to learn how to build a relationship that lasts.
I will give you exactly what you need to build the healthy and loving relationship you deserve: the strategies, the skills, the practical tools and the mindset shifts.
Even better, I will be there to answer any questions you have about your personal relationship journey.
Above all, the best relationships aren’t found. They’re built. And a couples counseling session will show you how to do it, brick by brick. If you want to book a session with me go here.
Hope to see you soon!