Do you feel alone?

Are you longing for love and caring?

Would you like to know the secret to a lifetime of love?

In his article “Lonely Planet: isolation increases in us,” Johannah Cornblatt states: “There are more than 300 million of us in the United States, and sometimes it seems like we’re all friends on Facebook. But the sad truth is that Americans are lonelier than ever.”

According to Harry Reis, professor of psychology at the University of Rochester, “some of the most profound loneliness can happen” not only when you are socially isolated, but also “when other people are present.”

Mother Teresa said that “loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty” and “the only cure for loneliness, despair, and hopelessness is love.”

Why is it so important for people to love and feel loved?

Love has always been a mesmerizing topic for poets, songwriters, novelists and philosophers. A 19th-century Jewish poet describes emotional connection and a physical proximity to a loved one as a safe haven: “Besides him have I fear or dread of none.” Love is described as a source of joy and happiness and a source of misery and pain.

Is it possible to establish and maintain a loving relationship that brings heaven to earth?

For centuries love, mysterious and puzzling in its nature had been the exclusive domain of poets and songwriters. Not until a few decades ago adult love has been demystified by psychologists and scientists.

Dr. Sue Johnson in her article “What You Need to Know about Love,” explains “what love is about and how it works.” She wrote that “the need we have as children to be able to call to a special one and know that this person will respond with reassurance and comfort never goes away. To know that we are loved is the safe haven we all long for. The longing for this is wired into our brains from the cradle to the grave.”

Whether you are someone looking for the love of your life or trying to build a stronger bond with your partner, the relationship coaching that I offer is life-changing.

It may be difficult to seek help. Seeking help may seem as if you are weak.

I want to reassure you that asking for help in times of need is not a weakness. It is a strength. When we ask for help we believe that we are worthy of help, and we trust that our loved ones will be here for us.

Research shows that social support is number one protective factor for anxiety, depression, stress and other life challenges. Having a loved one in our life who we can lean on is what makes as stronger.

However, at times, you may need to get professional help from a counselor to resolve an issue, relationship problem or a situation you are dealing with.

As a marriage therapist and a relationship counselor, I am committed to your relationship success. Relationship counseling for individuals that I offer has a weekly commitment in order to achieve lasting results. Relationship counseling includes private individual relationship counseling sessions and homework assignments.

If you would you like

– to build a closer, stronger and more trusting connection with your partner
– be able to heal emotional wounds and learn to trust again
– have a conversation with your partner that makes you feel closer to each other
– express your most heartfelt feelings and fears without fear of being judged
– give and receive compassion, caring, and love
– know that you are not alone, feel safe and connected with your partner

Lasting Love Relationship Counseling/Coaching is for you.

By the end of relationship counseling/coaching, you will have a blueprint for love and will be able to experience safe haven love relationship. As Sue Johnson wrote, “Risk fighting for this safe heaven. It is the best investment you’ll ever make.”