Are your interpersonal relationships with your friends and family members positive, balanced and fulfilling?
Are your relationships loving, emotionally rewarding, stable, and happy? Are they consistent, intimate, forgiving, kind, and caring?
Positive psychologists use the term “flourishing relationships” to describe interpersonal relationships that are not merely happy, but also characterized by intimacy, growth, and strength. Flourishing relationships also allow a dynamic balance between a focus on the intimate relationship itself and a focus on other social relationships and aspects of your life.
If your personal relationships aren’t flourishing, therapy can help you:
- Explore and resolve dysfunctional patterns from relationships in your past
- Help grow your current relationships
- Help you set personal boundaries
- Help you change or end unhealthy relationships
Call my office today and start improving all the relationships in your life!