We see you there.
You started out deeply in love and committed to creating a beautiful life together.
But then, life happened.
And your relationship doesn’t have the intimacy you know is possible and you don’t know quite know to get it. You just want to be seen, heard and understood by your spouse, but instead you find yourself feeling frustrated, confused and isolated.
You are in the right place. We know exactly how you feel because we’ve been there.
Meet Tom and Vicki
We were married in 1987 and after a few years had the subtle, nagging feeling something wasn’t quite right. We were close but knew we didn’t have the intimacy we knew was possible. We tried the marital advice of other “experts” but it didn’t seem to work like they promised.
17 years into our marriage, my (Vicki’s) repressed sexual abuse memories started surfacing. Now things started making sense.
We figured out we couldn’t just take the standard marital/self-development advice but needed to work at the wedge in our relationship through the lens of a sexual abuse survivor.
And that’s when we started making real progress. We figured out basic things that we needed to do that would get the fastest shifts and create the most ease, enjoyment and intimacy in our relationship.
Whether your struggle stems from:
Frequently Struggling With Money Issues
Wrestling With Weight Issues Or Chronic Pain
Sabotaging Your Goals Or Dreams By Your Behavior
Questioning How God Fits Into All of This