You’re managing A LOT of competing roles and responsibilities in your life right now. You work really hard to keep it all together and live up to everyone’s expectations. You show up each day, you take care of others, you’re smart, responsible, and dependable. You do a great job of making sure everyone else in your life is happy, while your needs, your health, and your goals always wind up on the back burner.
You give so much to others that there is absolutely nothing left for YOU.
You might feel…
Irritable, on-edge, and burnt-out.
Tearful or anxious or both.
Down or depressed.
Forgetful and scattered.
Like you’re letting everyone down.
Like you’re not-good-enough.
Like you should feel guilty for wanting time for yourself.
Like you “can’t” or “shouldn’t” have the life you want.
“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.”
– Annie Dillard
You don’t want to feel so overwhelmed and exhausted all the time. You want to feel more in control of your own happiness, and more like yourself.
You want to carve out the time and space you need to take care of YOU, without feeling like you’re asking for too much or doing something wrong.
You know there’s got to be a way to figure out this whole work-life balance thing, develop healthier habits and boundaries, and live a happier, more manageable life.
Counseling can help you untangle it all, figure out what you would like to be different, and identify concrete steps you can take to regain balance and health.
In counseling, we’ll work together to help you…
Identify what areas in your life are making you feel overwhelmed, out of balance, or unwell.
Explore what feeds your happiness and brings you joy.
Address and push past any guilt, self-criticism, or self-defeating thoughts.
Learn to say no and let go of the things that aren’t working anymore.
Identify your priorities, motivations, and strengths.
Develop healthier habits and self-care strategies.
Find more calm and joy in your day-to-day life.
I look forward to hearing from you. Please click the link below to request an appointment.