Reconnect on a deeper level than ever before.
No one gets married with the goal of fighting all the time, getting cheated on, or feeling more like roommates than a couple. That’s not what anyone wants, but many couples get to that point and don’t really know how they became unhappy or what to do about it. That’s where marriage counseling can help.
There are any number of reasons why a relationship can start to stagnate or feel like such a hostile environment that you can’t stand it any longer. It can make you feel so hopeless and lonely that you wonder if it’s better to just be single, but it doesn’t have to stay that way.
My goal in marriage counseling is to help you and your spouse reconnect on a deeper level than ever before.
Whether something big happened like an affair or the loss of a child, or it was a slow process of drifting apart, I want to help you and your partner heal from past hurts, rediscover the things that brought you together in the first place, and take your love story to new heights.
Often what happens is there are small issues that build up over time and you don’t really notice that they needed attention until things get bad. Things you don’t really think about like communication styles, spending/saving habits, love languages, parenting styles, or your unconscious ideas of what a family or marriage is supposed to look like.
It isn’t always easy to figure out where things went wrong and that is where marriage counseling can help.
Hollywood often tries to tell us that all the hard work comes before the wedding, but the fact is that marriage is just the beginning. It can be really hard when you are expecting a fairy tale and your life feels more like a horror story, but there is hope.
My goal in marriage counseling is to help you identify why you aren’t happy with the way things are, what you want your relationship to look like, and how to help you as a couple get there.