Do You Find Yourself Thinking, "We Just Can't Communicate?"

Good communication is fundamental to healthy relationships. It's the vehicle through which we get our needs met... or not. It's how we feel seen and heard... or not. Communication has the power to either strengthen or break down the intimacy we share with another person.

Do you have any of these common communication problems?

  • You are afraid of conflict and avoid it at all costs
  • You don’t know how to say no and feel taken advantage of
  • You find yourself in a pattern of defending and explaining yourself
  • You feel invisible, unseen, and unheard when you try to communicate
  • Other people make you mad, sad, or feel just plain bad about yourself
  • Conversations with others leave you feeling powerless

Good communicators are not born; they're made. Even one person in a couple can learn effective ways to dramatically shift patterns of communication in a relationship. Improving the communication in your relationship is possible. I encourage you to book a FREE CONSULTATION.

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WWLP Channel 22 "Mass Appeal" Interview with Jill Rubin:
Effective Communication for Healthy Relationships

Effective Communication for Healthy Relationships.mp3

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Jill Rubin, LCSW
Relationship Coach

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