don’t just happen
Like a thriving garden, relationships require continuous cultivation. Just as individuals evolve over time, relationships must adapt to meet the ever-changing needs of everyone involved.
Is it supposed to be this hard?
All relationships are different and have better days, weeks and years than others. For some, marriage, kids and the white picket fence are a natural fit. For others, meeting 100% of someone else’s needs seems impossibly overwhelming.
Who’s the client in relationship therapy?
In relationship therapy, the client isn’t one partner or another; the “client” is the relationship itself. The relationship is that third entity created by multiple individuals that at times needs attention.
We all have the freedom and responsibility to determine what works for us.
Whether you seek/practice monogamy, an open relationship or polyamory, you can achieve a successful relationship dynamic that works for you and your loved ones.