Wondering If You Should Break Yp with Your S.O.? Ask Yourself These 5 Questions First.
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"No matter what's going on around you, INSIDE of you, there is HOPE".
Relationships can be the elixir of life or the bane of one's existence. Everybody wants the former but some struggle with the latter. I want to help you have the former by understanding why you have the latter and what you need to do to change that.
With almost twenty years of clinical experience, I have dedicated my career to helping people heal from heartbreak and navigate the stormy seas of complicated relationships. Whether you are struggling with: an unexpended breakup, betrayal trauma such as infidelity as either the monogamous one, non monogamous one, or the "other" in the triangle; are wanting to understand and possibly end a toxic relationship, find a soulmate or kindred spirit, understand why you have lost desire and eroticism with your partner and or want to find the courage and confidence to be yourself, I am here to help.
You have an inner resource inside of you, which I call "Hope" or the "Hope-Zone", that can anchor you through any relationship crisis, and help you heal your whole being from the inside out.
I believe there are two milestones that people need to experience in their lives in order to feel fulfilled in their relationships. They are:
Doing their best
Following their hearts
While this may sound overly simplistic, it's not always so easy. People are messy and life is messy. And we all make messes sometimes.
I want to help you get really curious about you, so that you will have the courage to look inside yourself, heal yourself and become who you are meant to be- and of course, have happy, healthy, lasting relationships.