You remember how it was to fall in love with your spouse. You still care deeply for each other, but these days, you’re at a stage where it’s a highlight to agree on what to watch on Netflix.
On top of losing that special zing, maybe you have accrued years of arguments about kids, chores and money. And, maybe you’ve switched from being sweethearts to co-parents without much in common beyond your children, who grow more independent daily.
Compounding this damage, you might feel judged by your mate. Or you might feel stuck seeing your way as the right way.
All of this leads to missed opportunities for true intimacy and connection.
Maybe you’ve built a protective cocoon around your heart. If so, you’ve found this self-protection ends up keeping you from the fulfilling relationship you desire.
You’re nowhere near divorcing. But you’re likely also nowhere near feeling intimately connected with your partner. For example, you might use “reliable” and “long” as the main way to describe your once-exciting, once-special relationship.
While being able to rely on your partner is very important, more is possible.
We all want our spouse to see and appreciate us authentically and deeply. Our greatest wish is to be truly connected to a partner for life.
If you’re like my clients, you want to reclaim your relationship joy. It’s possible to get that special spark back. I can help you make lasting improvements to get the relationship you want and deserve.