Is This You?
Are you a couple who has made a firm commitment to your relationship, yet find that the passion, the excitement, the deep connection that was once there has faded, either gradually or quite abruptly?
Did you begin with your partner as the best of friends, sharing your dreams and hopes and now find that you barely speak to each other, and when you do, it’s angry or strained?
Are you in a relationship that started out with a deep, soulful bond but something “fizzled” along the way?
Does Any Of This Sound Familiar?
“We used to talk for hours. Now we don’t share much of anything. I’m so lonely. I feel like I’ve lost my best friend! What happened to the person I fell in love with?”
“Our sex life is dull and routine. We do the same thing, the same way. I feel like a robot, stuck in a loop, with no feeling, no passion!”
“She’s so critical, she never seems satisfied or happy with me. No matter how much I do, it’s never enough. I’m never enough. ”
“He was so romantic when we first dated. We’d kiss for hours. Now he never compliments me and he only kisses me or is affectionate when he wants to have sex. He takes me for granted. I feel so empty!”
“She withholds sex and uses it to manipulate me and as a bargaining chip. She only wants me for what I can do for her or buy for her. I feel totally used and impotent.”
“He’s a good man, but I don’t feel it anymore. I love him, but I’m not ‘in love’ with him. How long can I go on like this?”
Who I Work Best With:
My clients share many of the following characteristics. If this describes you, it’s very likely that I can help you create a more passionate, satisfying, intimate relationship.
You have a deep desire for connection – You know it’s possible, you’ve experienced it before and you want to experience it again. You want that deep mind/body/spirit connection.
You are willing to try something new – You already know that doing it “your way” hasn’t worked so well. You are willing to try a new way, not “my” way, but a “different” way and see what happens.
You are willing to commit to the process – You know there is no “quick fix.” You commit to using the tools I will teach you for a prescribed period of time before evaluating the results. You recognize that sometimes things feel worse before they feel better. Setbacks don’t faze you. You don’t give up.
You want to have fun along the way – Working on your relationship is serious work, deep work, hard work. Because of that, I try to keep the work “light” at the same time and give you playful assignments as well. You know what they say about “all work and no play.”
You want results – You are consistent in applying yourself towards improving your relationship. You continue to do “whatever it takes,” to move through your discomfort, and commit to working on your relationship.
The Next Step
Now that you have a sense of who I work best with, please click below to learn more about my approach to working with couples.
I would love to help you have a better relationship, with more intimacy, love and passion. I look forward to working with you.
Dr. Adam Sheck