How do we develop and maintain healthy relationships?
How do we navigate all the issues and feelings that inevitably arise within our relationships in a way that will bring us closer to one another?
How do we integrate spontaneity and playfulness into our relationships when there are so many daily obligations and distractions?
Miscommunications, hurt feelings, and anger inevitably occur in all relationships: with partners, friends, family, and colleagues. How we handle these issues is critical to our own self-esteem, the long-term strength of our relationships, and our overall functioning.
If you are struggling with sustaining a vibrant romantic relationship, maintaining friendships, or navigating workplace interactions, therapy can be an extremely valuable and effective resource. Counseling can teach you specific ways to resolve differences as well as how to better communicate. You will also discover ways to feel more connected, which will help strengthen your attachments and commitments.
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