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Relationship Problems

Everyone needs help from time-to-time in their relationship.  Having a loving, caring relationship with someone special, who respects and understands you, is one of the greatest joys in life.

As you are probably aware, getting a relationship like that is not easy! Relationships can be frustrating, difficult and complicated.  It takes tremendous courage to make the first step towards getting the help you need so you can have the relationship you want.

Here are some of the many examples of relationship problems you might want help with:

  1. Have you lost someone special to you?  Do you feel heart-broken, alone, abandoned, rejected?
  2. Are you worried that you'll never find someone and that you'll always be alone?
  3. Do you have a secret crush on someone but are too shy or afraid to let them know?
  4. Does it seem like the people you want to be with won't give you the time of day?
  5. Are you afraid to be in an intimate relationship?
  6. Are you having trouble finding someone special?
  7. Does your partner refuse to listen?  Are they demanding and critical?  Do you spend more time fighting than making up?
  8. Are you confused about whether to stay in your troubled relationship or take the risk of breaking up?
  9. Do you find yourself irresistibly drawn to the wrong type of person, over and over again?
  10. Do you find yourself playing the same "role" over and over in relationships and can't seem to stop yourself?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, be reassured that you are not alone and that there is plenty of help available.  You can have the the happiness you want in a relationship.  I can help!

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The information provided on this website is not intended to diagnose or treat any condition. Visiting this website does not constitute a doctor-patient relationship.  Information found on the internet cannot substitute for individualized evaluation and treatment by medical or mental health professionals.  All written materials are the exclusive copyright of Dr. Matthew May, ©2017.

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