Download Your Free 7-Step Action Plan Out Of Resentment

 Understand why you feel resentful and what you can do about it

Resenting the person you love feels awful, especially when you've got kids together.

I know you’ve been feeling stuck, and maybe you've even started to think this is how it is once you have kids.

But it doesn’t have to be this way!

Let's get started today making sense of your situation and what you can do to change it.

Hi, I’m Catherine Topham Sly. I'm a BACP accredited therapist with 10 years experience helping couples to:

🗣 Communicate better

☺️ Resolve resentments

💘 Enjoy more intimacy

How much do you want a happy, satisfying relationship with your partner?

How much do you want a strong foundation for your kids?

Relationships after kids can be a bit of a shock!

If you want yours to be one of the success stories, you need to avoid these same mistakes I see couples making...

1. Keeping quiet about how they feel

No one wants to resent the person they love, right? It’s an uncomfortable feeling. But when you keep it hidden, or blame yourself, both of you stay stuck.

2. Thinking “this is just how it is”

People are always talking about how useless their partners are, right? So you might think this a normal part of life as parents. But it's not. It doesn’t have to be this way!

3. Not knowing what to do about it, so doing nothing

Do you worry about what will happen if you talk about how you feel? Will it cause a row? Is it better to just get on with it? Let me talk you through how to talk about it so it brings you closer rather than driving you apart.

4. Not taking it seriously enough

I’ve worked with hundreds of couples who didn’t take the early warning signs seriously enough. They ended up getting more and more disconnected over time. Don’t take that risk for your relationship - or your kids.

Download my free guide today and I’ll walk you through why you feel resentful, and the 7 steps you can take to change it.

These free tips are cleverly designed to support you to strengthen your relationship. So you'll both end up feeling happier and closer.