- Arguing has become the primary form of communication when discussing difficult issues.
- Rebuilding your relationship with your partner is beginning to feel hopeless.
- You’re starting to feel resentment toward your partner. For example, thinking “I’ll never live the life I want to live with my partner” is a sign of resentment.
- You make excuses, liking staying late at the office, not to be around your partner.
- Your relationship feels like a struggle for power where you’re always trying to have the last word.
Not Getting Along?
I named my company Getting Along, Inc. because I help people get along. Relationship issues are the most common reason people call me. I’ve helped countless people improve their relationships by taking a common sense, practical approach. I can help improve your relationship too, no matter what type relationship you have.
Regardless of the nature of your relationship or situation, a major problem you face is arguing. Quite often, by the time most relationships make it to my office, the arguing has become the main way of communication and rebuilding the relationship seems hopeless. Often, within the first session, hope can be restored. I can help you stop arguing and learn to communicate effectively.
My blog, The Water We Swim In, can give you some idea of my thoughts and approach to relationships. The post titled, “What is Love?” may be of special interest.
As a psychotherapist, business consultant, educator, writer, former adjunct professor, and public speaker, I’ve helped thousands of people achieve their goals. I work with individuals, couples, families, groups, businesses and organizations. Go ahead, take the next step and contact me. I look forward to our time together. Explore ways to change your life at this site.
Call me at 770.671.1814. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org