When will you realize you are worthy of being a priority?
You always put others first and you wear that as a badge of honor. You believe that it is your job to always be available to others, always be willing and barely having your needs met.
You are the “responsible” one so everyone in your life always counts on you.
You have always been the go-to person for your family and friends.
You are used to being the “strong” friend or are perceived as having it all together.
If we are being honest that makes you feel good about yourself. Other’s needing you have made you feel wanted and seen.
But what happens when that stops, how do you define your identity?
Is being a “good” person or the “reliable” person more important than making yourself the priority?
You feel like you are only seen because of what you do for others and not for who you truly are.
You worry about what the perception would be if others saw that you did not have it all together.
Let me help you change that. You are deserving of healing from experiences of low self-worth, toxic relationships, and childhood trauma.
If you are the person who finds themselves putting their needs on the back burner, but showing up for others, therapy is a place where you can make yourself the priority.
Visit my website to learn more and to schedule a free 15-min consultation.
I accept out-of-pocket pay
Currently accepting the following insurance:
United Health Care