Building a Healthy Romantic Relationship
All romantic relationships go through ups and downs, and they all take work, commitment, and a willingness to adapt and change as your partners grow and each of your needs change. But whether your relationship is just starting out or you’ve been together for years, there are steps you can take to build a healthy relationship.
Problematic Work Relationships
Work relationships can be some of the most important in our lives, and at times they can create a lot of stress. During these stressful times, it can be beneficial to talk with a third party to tease apart what might be happening. We can examine how power dynamics might be influencing your work, look at techniques for resolving problems and providing feedback, find ways to achieve better work-life balance, and develop strategies for building better trust and collaboration with colleagues.
Boundaries with family, friends, co-workers, and spouses can be challenging, especially at times like these when space is limited and outings are rare. When everyone knows we are mostly at home, our work location is always just a few feet away and our availability for others is often assumed. How can boundaries and expectations be set up to ensure that we fulfill responsibilities to those we love and work for, while also ensuring we take care of ourselves so we have something to give?
If these or other relationship concerns are something you’d like to change, please set up an appointment today.