Couples Therapy

298029158If you’re here, it’s safe to say…

Things aren’t good. You might even be reading this at your office or in your car, dreading the walk into your home.

It’s hard to remember how it felt to like the person you’re with, let alone love them.

It’s gotten to the point that looking at them brings disdain and aggravation.

But you put on a brave face…

For the kids…

For family…

For friends…

But it’s hard.

There are good days here and there, but they’re few and far between.

Just thinking about ending the relationship…

It feels like a devastating failure. So, you try not to think about it.

Instead, you reflect on the good relationship you once had… and consider how to get back there.

But you’re not sure how much longer you can hold in the sadness, longing, anger, and pain.

How much more can you (or your partner) bear before walking out?

1175945188There has to be a way out.

You know there’s a way to get beyond discontent without ending your relationship.

If you could just hear each other and work out what’s been broken, you know the relationship can be saved.

Separation is always an option, but you owe it to yourself and your relationship to give it a fighting chance.

Couples therapy isn’t “the end.”

Couples are often mortified at the idea that they’ve ended up here in therapy.

It’s hard to sit with your own pain – let alone do that with a partner who’s also struggling. It can be overwhelming, but that’s why I’m here. I’ll help you through it.

In therapy, you’ll both have a safe sounding board. Each of you will be heard and learn about each other again. That’s what will restore the love and support that was once there.

This isn’t the end… it’s the beginning.

Whatever happens…

Therapy will clarify the path you should take. You want to be secure in whatever decision or direction you take.

Even good relationships go sour…

So, let’s work together to restore what you once had.

Call today. Let’s talk more about how I can help during your free consultation: (609) 576-8564.