- Do You Find It Impossible To Communicate Without Fighting?
- Have You Thought, Said Or Heard, “I Love You, But I’m Not In Love With You Anymore?”
- Has An Affair Already Happened?
- Need Help In Making A Decision?
Helping People Who Ask The Question….
“Should I Stay or Should I Go?”
Do you lie awake at night thinking about whether or not you should stay in your relationship? Do thoughts go through your mind over and over again worrying that leaving would hurt someone you care about and you could end up alone if you did?
Making the decision to stay or go can be agonizing. You no longer want to tolerate the status quo but are afraid of taking the next step to change it. Constantly fighting, having an unsatisfying sex life. Feeling like you’re just roommates. Disrespect, verbal abuse, neglect, or infidelity can make you feel stuck and frustrated. Not feeling validated in your own relationship is not a happy place to be. When you aren’t feeling your best you aren’t feeling life’s best.
It’s possible to work through these issues by bringing more clarity to difficult decisions and adding perspective in developing options that work for you. If you want to be happier and more satisfied it can be helpful to get some input from an unbiased third party – a Therapist who doesn’t have an agenda for you other than helping you get what you want and need.
“If I could give every marriage in trouble their own personal Sarah Cook Ruggera, I would. She is absolutely amazing. I have been seeing Sarah on my own and with my husband for the past few months and she has really transformed our relationship into a stronger one. I’ve never been more confident in us as I am now. We’ve been married for nine years and we have been having trouble appreciating and acknowledging each other. She has given us the “tools” to be better to each other and to ourselves. We have been able to sort of rekindle the flame if you will. We’ve always been in love but we forgot how to show it after all these years. I highly recommend Sarah if you are having any kind of relationship issues “big” or “small.” We all measure issues differently but I guarantee she can help you with any and every one.”
As your Marriage Counselor, I will help you develop a Moving Forward Plan designed with specific goals to stabilize and correct your problem areas. You will acquire the appropriate tools for achieving the goals in your plan.
As I work in a very direct but sensitive manner, therapy with me doesn’t have to be long-term as I offer effective strategies in solving problems. Putting systems into place is key to stabilizing the relationship so that you can have an objective space in which to interact, utilize your acquired tools, and implement the process for becoming more happy and content with each other.
So if you’re struggling with what to do with your particular situation, and would like help as you make a decision that works for you, call me for Marriage Counseling in San Diego, La Jolla, Del Mar, Carmel Valley, Scripps Ranch, Rancho Santa Fe, Carmel Mountain, Sorrento Mesa, and Neighboring Areas at (858) 735-1139 and we can get started.