Helping You Heal From Habits That Hurt
It is so painful when relationships start to unravel. You have tried talking things out, giving in or hoping things change on their own, but they don't.
When relationships don't work out, it clouds everything else. It is harder to focus at work, listen to your kids, enjoy time with friends.
You try to keep things together but the stress is getting to you. Life is so busy that self-care takes a back seat.
You find yourself lashing out at the ones you love, or using substances like alcohol, food or pot to take the edge off.
But life doesn't have to be this hard. Something isn't working and you feel stuck. Being willing to look at relationship patterns that get in the way is what starts the healing.
You can learn how to take better care of yourself, and get your stress under control. Getting angry isn't a bad thing but if you can't keep it together, relationships suffer.
When you begin to make small but steady changes, you can communicate what you need without hurting someone else.
I help individuals and couples who are struggling with relationship problems, addiction recovery, compulsive eating, anger divorce, co-parenting stress, mild anxiety and depression. I offer support and gentle encouragement to look at what's not working.
It doesn't have to stay that way.
Recently I created a course called Taming Your Anger that walks you through how to tame your anger and communicate effectively. If you struggle with anger or resentment, this course provides valuable tools to improve relationships and self- esteem. Once you learn how to change your reactions, you will change your relationships! Click here to get the details on my Taming Your Anger Course.
When you feel supported you can start to heal, and stop suffering in silence.
Here you'll find:
- ways to cope with stress.
- communication skills to rebuild trust and repair past hurts.
- how to feel better about yourself.
tools to prevent relapse and enhance your recovery.
- ways to handle anger that work.
- a safe place to talk freely and feel supported.