Your relationship struggles aren't your fault.
No one taught you so how could you know?
But it's time to end them so that you can finally enjoy being deeply connected to someone else and create a relationship that works for both of you.
My clients are usually relationship overperformers: they do all the heavy lifting, try to please their partners, fix their problems, try to make them happy ... and it always leave them feeling exhausted, drained, burnt out, overwhelmed but worst of all resentful.
And that's a HUGE problem. It blocks connection and intimacy and it makes us see our partner as a threat. Soon we associate bad feelings with them.
But all we need to do to stop this from happening is to develop a healthy and powerful relationship mindset.
It may sound fluffy and new age but it's really just a logical cognitive way of adopting new beliefs about relationships, your role in relationships and what you deserve that will actually help you get what you want:
being valued, appreciated, supported and loved by someone who truly respects and cares about you and wants to have a fun and amazing relationship with you.
Developing a powerful relationship mindset is what helps you makes that happen.
And I'm here to show you how.