Couples Who Feel Lonely in Their Relationship
Loneliness is bad for your mental, emotional and physical health
You may feel the loneliness of disconnection in your relationship when you need your intimate partner the most. An argument ensues and then cold silence – for days. Is it the chicken or the egg? What comes first – you feeling unseen or your feelings of anger, sadness, and fear of loss? There is disappointment and resentment with your partner and the relationship because this is not the life you dreamed of nor what was promised?
You’re both committed to your marriage, but you may feel like you’re drifting and leading parallel, separate lives.
Your sex life may have started out hot and exciting. Today, you hesitate to reach for that intimate connection for fear of rejection – name the reason. Sex was once a place for those loving feelings that sent you out to world as unstoppable. You knew after some of the most intense moments at the office or the most non-stop day with your children, you would heal from the day’s stressors and experience a mind-body connection with your lover that evening. Now the responsibilities of work and the job of kids and maintaining the home and extended family just leaves little room to feel romantic. Even plans to have a date night are in the past, preferring to rest instead. You may wonder if this is it? Is this what marriage and a long-term relationship is destined to feel like – roommates who love each other – without the sexy connection? You may feel lonelier than you thought possible in marriage.
You may be experiencing friction with your parents or siblings, and your past relationship with them. You want your partner to make an effort to ease the anxiety. The pain that you are undergoing goes unseen.
You feel lonely in your relationship.
Strong emotional and physical bonds to significant other, As One
All things can be improved, changed and bettered, with just a little support, no matter how big or small. With couples therapy, you’ll learn how to be present in the moment and communicate your feelings and needs, and get what you want out of your relationship. As One integrates Couples Therapy and Wellness so that you can feel in your body and mind that your partner is there for you. Talk therapy, breathing techniques, guided imagery and meditation, and, even eye gazing, are interventions used at As One to deepen the connection between partners. Communication becomes easier, understanding increases, and sex is, well, on a whole other level of fulfillment in the majority of cases.
As One empowers you to progress toward improved health, relationships, and well-being. I assist you in discovering what is keeping you in a state of imbalance. I teach new skills and introduce specific yogic techniques, if you are interested, to bring you back to balance on any given level. This new awareness and energy will keep your life moving towards achieving your highest dreams, deepest connections, and best self.
It’s okay to get help. It’s okay to invest in your most important relationship.
I would like to help you to connect. Call (704) 819-9356 today.