Navigating relationships is complicated and challenging. We often find ourselves entangled in various dynamics—breakups, marriage tensions, family conflicts, and workplace dilemmas. These encounters can evoke a spectrum of emotions: depression, anxiety, and stress, manifesting also as insomnia, rumination, and physical discomfort.
Our self-relationship lays the groundwork for how we engage with others. Sadly, we often feel lonely and isolated in our own world. Finding meaning and a way out of the emptiness becomes a challenge. Struggles like fear of conflicts, discomfort with confrontation, self-doubt, and the compulsion to please others point to an unsteady self-relationship.
I begin by using our therapeutic connection to guide you in exploring your challenges. I create a space for reflective thoughts and emotions, fostering a deeper understanding of your diverse range of experiences through meaningful conversations. Ultimately, it will lead to growth, healing, and a sense of calmness.