Your relationship with  YOURSELF.

Your relationship with your partner and loved ones.

Your relationship with your children

 

Harvard research study has proven that the biggest predictor of a happy, long life is the quality of relationships one is in.  Relationships are places to feel seen, held, responded to and understood. They offer the space for individuals to offer support to each other with compassion and love.  You know something is off if you're experiencing persistent feelings of doubt, wondering if you're coming across needy, being overwhelming or feeling ignored. If you've been trying to build healthy relationships yet keep hitting the same walls of frustration or confusion, let's talk. 

Research shows that relationships from the past impact how we show up in current relationships.

 

Childhood: 

If your  parents or loved ones were distracted or unable to tune into your needs, you may have difficulty connecting with others or trusting in relationships you're in.

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Past Relationships/Tough Times:

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You may be healing from an unhealthy relationship where you were co-dependent and enmeshed, and are wanting to re-learn how to be in a healthy relationships. Or, if you've gone through a tough phase in your life  that left you feeling alone, confused and unsure of how to build steady connections, you can learn how to gain skills and insight to help you.

 

Parenting:

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 You're a parent who is committed to learning how to build healthy relationships with your children. Let's strengthen those building blocks of emotional safety and connection so that you and your family can enjoy those moments of sweet connection.  

 

Let's help you form relationships with confidence and wisdom!

By letting go of the worry that steals the joy, you'll experience the richness that  relationships have to offer. It's time to strengthen your relationship patterns, solidify trust, and improve feelings of worthiness. Improve your relationships, and you'll improve your quality of life. 

Call me so we can talk about how to help you.

Neuroscience research shows that the only way we can change the way we feel is by becoming aware of our inner experience and learning to befriend what is going on inside of ourselves.
— Bessel van der Kolk "The Body Keeps the Score"