We all know romantic relationships are hard work. In the beginning, it may come
relatively easy and effortless but when the “honeymoon” stage slowly dissipates, as life has a
tendency to do, sooner or later, it’s going to get real. What most people often don’t realize, a relationship is the joining of two different INDIVIDUALS. Instead of two halves as one, a better analogy would be two wholes meeting in the middle. Relationship problems essentially due to differences in values, experience and understanding – the challenge is learning to accept another human being with their own set of challenges and substance. Maintaining a deep emotional and physical connection in a romantic relationship is HARD WORK.
It is in our nature to experience the many dark sides of our emotions that gets projected
into our romantic relationships – jealousy, resentment, anger, fear. But for many of us don’t
have the time or financial freedom to hire a therapist. Some of us might be with a partner who doesn’t believe in therapy. For those of you ladies who yearns for a platform to share and ask the struggles of being in a romantic relationship – findSisterhood welcomes all to a safe anonymous podium for questions pertaining the heart.
Our guest speaker Susana Marquez, a relationship therapist guides our couples’ therapy
discussion. As a licensed marriage and family therapist, focuses key components on how a
partnership works. She advices on co-parenting, the love languages, when to leave a
relationship, how to deal with custody disputes and the basis of all relationships - trust and