Do you feel lonely, small, unnoticed, or unworthy?
Are you struggling to develop relationships with family, friends, or co-workers?
Do you feel lonely and lost in a world full of strangers?
Without the ability to develop meaningful connections, it is possible to be surrounded by people, yet feel completely alone.
Stop feeling lonely
Often people spend too much time worrying about what others are thinking of them.
This may cause them to withdraw from others or stop themselves from truly expressing who they are.
Does this sound familiar to you?
When we compare ourselves to our peers it highlights our failures and insecurities, causing us to feel bad about ourselves. We lose sight of our own value and self-worth. We can start to feel like our life doesn’t matter.
If you are self-conscious or struggle with low self-esteem, you may be creating a barrier between yourself and others.
Start feeling good about yourself
If you want to change the way you view yourself and connect with others, Marcia Kesner is here to help you.
The first step to building a healthy relationship is to start recognizing and appreciating your unique personality, talents, and abilities.
Marcia will work with you to understand and confront the feelings that cause you to feel isolated, creating the opportunity for closer relationships and connections.
Marcia is here to help you put your best foot forward. Together with Marcia, you can learn how to confidently take initiative in social relationships, or, read more about how our communities can make us feel lonely instead of supported and accepted.
Therapy in Brooklyn and Manhattan, New York
Dr. Marcia Kesner is a frum therapist in Brooklyn and the Upper West Side of Manhattan. If you would like to get started on your path of hope and healing, you are welcome to call now or just fill out the contact form and press Send.Please share this post!