Are You Struggling with Love and Relationships?

Do your relationships leave you with a negative sense of déjà vu?

Do you look around and feel like your relationships with your partner, friends, or family members are never as healthy, deep, or satisfying as the ones you see around you?

Do you notice patterns in your relationships that make you question yourself or your faith in others?

We aren’t born with an innate roadmap to building relationships. Our experiences mold our behaviors, but sometimes those experiences can leave the wrong impressions.

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Building healthy relationships require certain skills and choices on our part. We are by nature social creatures who both yearn for and need to build meaningful relationships in order to feel fulfilled. However, we don’t always approach them correctly. Healthy relationships require strong, healthy connections formed through:

  • Mutual Respect
  • Trust in One Another
  • Clear, Consistent, Honest Communication
  • Mindfulness

The key to healthy relationships is forming a connectedness with genuine attachment and depth. However, we can only achieve this kind of intimacy through openly entering a certain level of vulnerability.

No matter what kind of relationship you’re entering into, whether it’s romantic, platonic, or familial, vulnerability is required. You have to take the risk of being emotionally available, and allowing yourself to be known by others just as you get to know them.

Only when you do this can you begin to create lasting, healthy relationships.

But what if you’ve suffered a betrayal of trust? Or, worse, many? How do you learn to trust again after being hurt so profoundly? The good news is that you can. However, before you can begin to overcome this hurdle, you have to come to terms with the fact that trusting others is an issue.

Counselors are trained to help you identify the source of your trust issues. Through various therapeutic approaches, they can help you cope with or dispel the fears that are barring you from fulfilling quality relationships.

Are you ready for commitment? No matter how deeply you feel about someone, there are several life factors to consider before settling down.

Do you and your partner’s priorities align?

Are you willing to compromise for each other?

Are the lives you are leading going in the same direction?

We all have our own goals and dreams. Readiness for commitment is determined by the emotional capacity and connectedness of you and your significant other, as well as your long-term plans. Take the Relationship Commitment Test that will help you explore many facets about yourself, your significant other, and your priorities that can help you determine whether or not you’re ready for commitment.