Are you struggling with relationship decisions concerning separation or divorce or the practical and ethical difficulties of living with an addict/alcoholic family member?
This includes people who are wondering whether to stay or leave a relationship or those who feel distressed at finding themselves alone after their partner or spouse leave. This also includes those who are living with addiction in the family; torn between their love for that family member and the pain of living with the emotional abuse, manipulation and lies which come with the disease.
Facing the loss of a significant relationship whatever the cause, can feel overwhelmingly daunting. Equally, living within a difficult relationship can be a source of enormous stress and anxiety and can erode our sense of self esteem.
We can find that we have lost sight of ourselves and what our lives are about as a result of the difficulties in our relationship. We might feel empty and diminished in some way and that life has become something to survive rather than enjoy.
Therapy provides a supported and confidential space for you to decide a way forward that allows you to reclaim your life and feel peaceful with your choice.
Why not contact me?
Please note that I am not qualified to offer couples counselling.