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Do you feel unloved, misunderstood, or emotionally disconnected from your spouse or partner? You may be stuck in a negative communication pattern—with frequent arguments, fights, criticism, or defensiveness being the order of the day. Or perhaps you feel that something isn’t right in your relationship, but you just can’t seem to pinpoint the issue.
You may feel lonely, isolated, and distant from your partner due to decreased emotional and physical intimacy. And as a result, your relationship feels more like you’re spending time with a roommate than a romantic partner. Maybe a betrayal of one form or another or an increase of secrecy has caused a lack of trust between you and your spouse. Or perhaps there’s tension with family members or friends because they don’t approve of your partner, and so you withdraw and avoid events to prevent possible fights.
Whatever the source of the conflict, you may have noticed that the disconnect between you and your partner is affecting your life as a whole. For example, constant stress in your relationship can weaken your immune system and lead to physical health problems and related issues, such as low energy levels, bad eating habits, and poor sleeping patterns. And without a safe space to work through relationship issues, you may struggle to concentrate at work or keep up with day-to-day responsibilities.
Perhaps you’ve realized that waiting out the tough times hasn’t solved your problems. And as you feel increasingly isolated, withdrawn, lonely, sad, frustrated, or angry, you may wonder where you can turn to find reliable support and guidance.
I am trained in Gottman Method Couples Therapy with additional Level 3 Practicum training. I am dedicated to helping Montanans improve communication, manage conflict, resolve problems, and restore a deep connection in your relationship. Instead of working against each other, you can learn to be on the same team and build the kind of relationship you always wanted.