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“Love is not something we give or get; it is something that we nurture and grow; a connection that can only be cultivated between two people when it exists within each one of them- we can only love others as much as we love ourselves.”
    - Brené Brown

In a relationship, there may come a time when you begin to notice a gradual loss of connection. Perhaps you may feel like you are living as " roommates" with little in common. Previous joys become uninteresting and boring. Minor issues become significant flaws. Sharing experiences becomes extremely uncomfortable and frustrating. You may also experience remorse and guilt for causing harm to your relationship by not keeping your promise to each other (that is, for letting yourself and your partner down).
Healing Den Counseling is a place where you can get help with resentment, frustration, avoidance, sadness, and loneliness in your relationship. If you have reached a place where you have become stuck and need to work on reducing frequent agreements, enhancing your emotional and intimate connection, or recovering from earlier trauma or betrayal, then we would be glad to support you.

We believe:

  • Long-term relationships come with obstacles that might feel overwhelming at times. Relationship problems frequently present possibilities for growth, learning, and self-awareness that are unavailable through other means.

  • There are concrete techniques that may be developed to help you and your partner break the painful cycle in which you frequently find yourself. 

  • It's critical to learn how to repair the harm that conflict has caused in your relationship.

  • Gaining insight into your couple’s strengths and limitations, as well as determining the source of these dynamics, can enable you to make improvements and connections that were previously unavailable.

  • Your interpersonal skills influence your happiness and growth in all areas of life, particularly in family relationships.

  • Relationships must be maintained. It is critical to nurture and create opportunities for couples to interact, enjoy, and relax.

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