Do you or anyone you know struggle with the following?
- Inability to become self-sufficient, consistently relying on parents to provide financial support, housing, or caregiving
- A history of many intimate relationships with little, if any, space between the ending of one and the start of the next
- Strong feelings of panic, fear, and helplessness when faced with being alone as a close relationship ends
- Feelings easily hurt by criticism and preoccupied with pleasing others
- Inability to make decisions or initiate actions without excessive reassurances from others
- Frequent preoccupation with fears of being abandoned
- All feelings of self-worth, happiness, and fulfillment derive from relationships
- Involvement in at least two relationships wherein he/she was physically abused but had difficulty leaving
- Avoidance of disagreeing with others for fear of being rejected
Are you, or would you like to see your loved one…
- Develop confidence that he/she is capable of meeting his/her own needs and of tolerating being alone
- Achieve a healthy balance between independence and dependence
- Decrease dependence on relationships while beginning to meet his/her own needs, build confidence, and practice assertiveness
- Establish firm individual self-boundaries and improved self-worth
- Break away permanently from any abusive relationships
- Emancipate him/herself from emotional and economic dependence on parents.
To discuss how Dr. Susie can help you, feel free to contact her personally at 954.294.7036 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.