Has your spouse told you that your behavior is hurting your relationship? Have your current and your most recent partners told you that you are too demanding, not appreciative enough, or too controlling? It may be time to stop, to listen, and to consider what you do that may contribute to your problems and what you can change. If you are having problems in your relationship, individual counseling can help you work out what’s happening with you. Your ability to be happy and connect to others starts with how you feel about yourself.
Do you find that you get into the same argument over and over again with the important people in your life? If you keep on treading water, going down the same dead-ends without reaching a satisfactory solution, you can change the trajectory of your relationships.
How to have better relationships
In therapy, you can learn to recognize patterns in your relationships and your contribution to the negative course you may be repeating. With self-awareness and insights into your emotions, you can learn to create healthier and more loving partnerships, and avoid repeating the same problems in your relationship.
You may be wondering if the problems will follow you into a new connection. You can learn how to change the behaviors in your relationships that cause you grief.
Don’t repeat the same mistakes in your relationships
Dr. Ross can help you learn how to create a more successful partnership. Just as you have learned to be successful at work, and with friendships, you can learn new skills for better relationships. Whether you want to repair your marriage or move on to a new partner, or just start dating again without encountering the same problems, you can be happier and more fulfilled. In therapy with Dr. Ross, you will learn what you can change and what you can do.