You’ve created this great family, but you’re not happy. You feel like you can’t do anything right in your husband’s eyes. And you are tired of feeling like you aren’t good enough. You feel like you are disappearing. And you worry that if you don’t get help, you will start to feel differently toward your spouse.
So you’ve tried talking to your friends, but it’s not helping anymore. It’s great to have their support, but sometimes it makes you feel more hurt and angry. So you want to find a neutral and knowledgeable person to talk to about your marriage problems. And you are ready to work on yourself, regardless of what your man does.
What will it be like to work with a counselor on my own?
I have special training in understanding marriage and family systems that helps put the problems you are struggling with in a new perspective. My questions cut through the haze of emotions, so you can begin to see your options and listen to your deep desires in a new way. I want you to have lasting change, not just put a band-aid on the conflict of the day.
I teach that you don’t need to take all the blame in your marriage, just work on yourself. And sometimes this means doing less, not more. And you don’t need to stay stuck in feeling like your spouse’s behavior or mood defines your value as a person or as a wife. This is the first step in not letting yourself disappear completely.
If you are ready to work on finding yourself and stop taking all the blame in your marriage, pick a time for your free 15 minute phone consultation with me. And find out if counseling is a good option for you to get your confidence back.