I hear this question a lot when clients are stuck in difficult relationships, whether the problems are on a slow burn or come on suddenly, are big or small (it’s relative, right?), or feel solvable or not.
With the exception of those chaos-lovers out there (party on … this is your time), when relationships are influx it can be overwhelming in a heart-thumping, teeth-grinding, short-circuiting, or slow depression kind of way. It’s hard to know what to do next or first when relationship problems bubble to the surface. And when you’re feeling overwhelmed or shutdown, it’s easy to resist the needs and desires of your future self – the one that’s nagging you to do something now or before it’s too late.
For the non-chaos-junkies, I’m here for you. Your individual, relationship-wrangling, get-you-to-your-future-faster-and-better coach.
Since 2003, after graduating from Ohio State University with a doctorate in clinical psychology, I’ve helped 450+ clients make these tough, quality-of-life-critical changes through a unique combination of:
> Asking the right questions that challenge status quo biases
> Taking the next “good enough” action
> Managing the fear of change