Should I Leave This Relationship?

Written By Dr. Nima

On November 13, 2023
“We have been together for 10 years and we are stuck having the same argument over and over. We love each other, we are just building resentments over time and it seems like I’m getting the validation I need from the Therapist, but nothing is changing.
Is there any hope?
Can this be solved?
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I get questions like this all the time.
Luckily there’s a place you can look where most therapists won’t be able to cover in a session.
If you want to learn how to know if this relationship is right for you, watch this training.

WHEN YOU’RE READY, HERE’S WHAT WE GOT:

P.S. If you’re ready to find out what the process of Being Trigger-Proof ACTUALLY looks like,
I open up 10 spaces every month at our Overview Experience virtual Deep-Dive.
I teach my Cyclebreakers Community the practice and somatic process
I came up with that helps you master the art of REPAIR:
Turning Triggers into deeper self love,
and Conflict into deeper intimacy.

When you get this right, your anxious and avoidant tendencies shift to secure,
Trauma Bonds melt into compassion and understanding,
And you raise your status of who you attract and are attracted TO.

If you want begin the inner work and start to become more magnetic,
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