Although the circumstances may change, the struggles people are going through are remarkably similar.
Do any of these situations sound familiar to you?
- You’re in a committed relationship. So much about it is great. And you’re aware that not all your needs are being met in that relationship. You need closeness with other people, too. It’s challenging to pursue and enjoy that … without rocking the boat in your relationship.
- The same problems keep happening. Whether it’s the same arguments over and over in your marriage, a string of breakups in your dating life, or the same sexual problems or other concerns keep happening. You may not be happy to notice there is a pattern, yet you’re willing to acknowledge it’s a sign that some new self-awareness and new ways of approaching things may be the key to shifting things here.
- Your partner has changed and you’re scared. Maybe she or he has new sexual interests. Maybe there are signs of changes in their sexual orientation or sexual identity You’re not sure how to handle this.
- You’re going through a big transition and it’s affecting your experience of intimacy. Maybe a relationship is ending (or starting), perhaps a new job, a health issue, or you may have moved or will soon be moving to a new location.At times like these when, more than ever, you need closeness and support from others, it seems harder to get.
- You are experimenting (or want to) with new things sexually. Whatever these “new things” are, they’ve brought up uncertainty for you about yourself or about your relationship.
- You’re experiencing curiosity, questions or uncertainty about what had previously seemed to be your sexual orientation. You may be acting on this curiosity (or not) and possibly feeling guilty about it. You’ve thought about it for a long time and realize you can’t keep ignoring what’s gong on. Yet, you aren’t sure what to do, how to do this safely. You might be married or have children making things complicated. The responsibilities of being a spouse, and maybe a parent, or even a community leader weigh on you.
- You experienced some kind of trauma, either recently or a long time ago. Therapy or other treatment has helped. And, yet, the trauma still lives in your body blocking wellbeing and intimacy. You wish there was some way it could be released.
- Perhaps you also find it hard to trust others. Being touched might be challenging too. You want it, and at the same time, you’re often not comfortable with being touched.
You’ve been hoping things will sort themselves out soon.
When you think about it, though, you realize you’ve been thinking this way for a long time now.
When you’re honest with yourself you have to admit that things are still pretty much the same.
The bottom line is you want more deep, meaningful connections with others, but that just doesn’t seem to be happening as deeply as you’d like.
If any of this sounds familiar I can help you.
My approach works for
- Single or partnered women and men
- Monogamous and non-monogamous people
- Those with disabilities or medical problems
- People of any sexual orientation
What is possible for you?
Having worked with thousands of people around the world who were re-assessing their lives and wanting more, I’ve discovered there is a step-by-step process to having all parts of your life in alignment with who you truly are.
I can help you live that life with the fulfilling intimacy you yearn for.
But will it work for you?
You’ll find my approach most successful if most of the following statements are true about you:
- You take responsibility for your life. Sometimes you may not know what to do, but you want to move forward, and would like some support in doing so.
- You value reflection, discussion and new self-awareness as a tool for personal growth, and are willing to consider new ideas.
- You know that long-term solutions are more valuable than quick fixes.
- You want to be more comfortable in your own skin. You know that what you surround yourself with and how you treat your body impacts your life.
- You value touch as a means of nourishment and communication.
- You are open to the possibility of safely using erotic energy as a creative force in your life.
- You believe that your life can become better, that you can be happier. Sure, sometimes you’re just not sure how to get there, but you believe it’s possible.
- Deep down, you know that there are some things you need to begin doing differently. You are willing to work on that, and would like some support in the process.
Now, you may be wondering if it’s really possible for you to have more intimacy in your life. See for yourself in Finding the Missing Piece in the Intimacy Puzzle.
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