Sometimes, we just hurt....
Perhaps you are reeling from the trauma of a personal betrayal, or are struggling with the pain of a relationship gone wrong.
Maybe you yearn to feel understood and be close, but instead, you feel disconnected. You feel unheard and taken for granted.
It might be that sex feels hollow or unsatisfying. Perhaps you find yourself dreading the expectations of romance.
Perhaps divorce has been threatened, and your marriage is at risk unless there's a lasting change.
Your life doesn't have to be this way. It can be better.
Whether it's from a relationship or something else, pain is a warning to us that something important needs attention.
And when that pain is repetitive, it's telling us that it's not going to be enough to simply put things back the way they were.
In times like these, we need more. To heal. To grow. To build a more satisfying life and relationship.
Whatever it's source, pain is your signal telling you that it's time to change something in your life for the better.
If any of the above sounds like you, I can help you build a relationship and life with less pain and more fullfillment.
Teaming up with a therapist can help you resolve stubborn problems and find new ways to the kind of life and relationship that you want.
Do you need one or more of any of the following for your life?
- Closeness and open-hearted intimacy
- The end of destructive arguments
- Sexually satisfying erotic play
- Shared purpose with greater respect
- Relationship repair from a betrayal
- Deepened acceptance and renewed trust
- Recovery and freedom from past trauma
If you answered "yes" to any of these, maybe now is the time for your next step.
If you are ready to improve your life and relationship, click the button below to schedule a free first appointment to discuss your situation. It's confidential and there is no cost or obligation to you.
Not quite ready for an appointment but have questions? Fill out the form below, or if you prefer call 425-247-1880. I will call you back to confidentially answer your questions and concerns.
If you live in Washington, California or Texas, ask me whether online sessions may be an option for you.