Relationships

  • Find yourself arguing too much with your partner?
  • Feel frustrated trying to communicate?
  • Are you dealing with infidelity?

Relationships are one of the two most important areas in our lives (the other being work), and often the most difficult! Research indicates that the way our parents relate to us as kids, becomes the ‘default program’ for our future way of relating. An attentive, empathic, nurturing parent(s) will raise a child who relates in that way. For those raised by different role models, it can be a struggle to engage or sustain healthy, functional relationships.

Do you find the same arguments and dynamics between yourself and your partner happening? Even as the topic or content may vary. Underlying patterns of interaction may lock you into a ‘…here we go again’ sense of not being heard, or being misunderstood. Repetition can be damaging, reinforcing negative feelings and patterns. They can be a symptom of something else going on. Let’s get to the real issues safely and speedily, resulting in you feeling close to each other again.

Infidelity brings betrayal. It’s possible to heal afterwards, even forgive, reconnect and deepen your relationship if both commit to the process.

If you’re feeling despair over the frequency or intensity of your disagreements, or experiencing betrayal and mistrust over your partner’s infidelity, guilt or possibly regret over your own, or just wanting to improve your communication, the good news is that it’s all possible! I welcome the opportunity to help you acquire the skills to cultivating the relationship you desire.

 

Hear Josie explain 4 simple points for better communication.

CONTACT ME NOW TO START ACQUIRING THESE SKILLS. IT’S NOT TOO LATE!

“Dr. Levine does powerful work…From an HIV+ man afraid to disclose, to a woman beset by inexplicably unresponsive physical symptoms, I’ve watched in wonder as their health and life considerably improved during their work with Josie. As a busy M.D., I’ve found her to be an invaluable asset to my practice.”

Mary Romeyn, M.D.