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Reason #3 - Feeling Unheard???

Do you feel like you say the same things over and over, but nothing ever changes?

Do you feel unable to speak up about certain things or confront certain people?

Are you feeling small and weak? Is it impacting your ability to function at home or work?

You're not alone. We all have felt that way at some point. It isn’t about doing more or giving up, it’s about changing course.

Do you realize you communicate with those around you all day, every day? You are constantly sending messages about your thoughts and feelings; even when you aren’t aware of it. It is quite possible that what you are verbally saying and what your behavior is saying is quite different. We have therapists who would love to work on exploring how consistent you are with your messages and finding ways to help others to see and hear you more clearly.

Are you struggling with the same issues over and over within your relationship? That’s pretty normal too. Typically, it’s about finding a new way to express your perspective and your concerns in a way that your partner can hear and appreciate. It’s sometimes about finding compromise and balance between two completely different personalities. We have counselors who have a passion for working with couples, helping them to get on the same page and start enjoying more of their relationship. Why not reach out and have renewed appreciation for your relationship instead of the resentment that has started to grow?

These are just a few of the ways we can make sure that you feel more heard. It’s about helping you with communication, respect, boundaries, consistency, and follow through. We can be there for you every step of the way to help you feel more confident and more in control.


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