If you’re anything like the hundreds of women I’ve personally coached, you’re probably feeling alone, stuck, confused, scared and possibly even guilty.
These are all normal emotions to experience as disconnection and distance takes their toll on a relationship.
For most of my clients, things were going pretty well for the first few years.
Then came a child or two, new responsibilities at work, a mortgage, summer camps, sports, tutoring, taking care of a home and all the other realities a marriage and parenting will encounter.
“Life” became so consuming, there was no room at the end of the day for the marriage.
And just like anything that isn’t nurtured, it slowly began to break down.
The little things that didn’t used to bother you, all of a sudden, were getting under your skin...DAILY.
And the realization that as your kids get older, and become more independent, you’ll be feeling more and more alone.
“What will I do when they’re out of the house and it’s just us?”
“How will our marriage survive without the distraction of the kids?”