Difficult Relationships

Relationships. Connections. Friends. Acquaintances. Colleges. Co-Workers. Boyfriends. Girlfriends. Employers. Employees. Vendors. Clients. Husbands. Wives. Supervisors. Teachers. Students. Mothers. Fathers. Daughters. Sons. Neighbors…

We are interconnected in an amazing number of ways to an infinite amount of people. Our one life touches many more than we can imagine and yet, getting along with so many people can be challenging. Although we have so much in common, we can be so different and see things from such radically different perspectives.

  • Are you finding yourself stuck in a difficult relationship that you can’t seem to get out of?
  • Are you struggling with a friend or family member?
  • Desperate to mend a romantic relationship but the other person refuses counseling?
  • Perhaps you are confused about how to express yourself or address a specific problem with someone you care about?

If you are struggling with someone in your life, you are not alone. In fact this is one of the main reasons people seek our services and support. Being in a challenging and difficult relationship (whether by choice or chance) can be overwhelming and stressful. We have successfully worked with spouses who have horrible in-laws, daughters who feel smothered by their mothers, parents who can’t get their children to take care of themselves, adult children who feel controlled by their parents, employees with horrible bosses and vindictive co-workers, students surrounded by gossip, and countless other difficult relationships scenarios.

Although we cannot change the other person, we can help you express yourself effectively, resolve your internal conflicts and resentments and improve the quality of your life and the quality of your relationships. Contact our intake coordinator today to get started resolving this conflict in your life!