Online Counseling for Codependency in California

No More Self Sacrificing Yourself For Others


You can’t stop pleasing others.

You’re feeling constantly irritated and annoyed, with your partner/spouse, family and friends. 

You don’t want to admit to anyone that you’re feeling resentful, because you’re not able to say no to things. 

You won’t express how you feel or ask for your needs, because you don’t want to burden others with your problems.

You want to keep the peace at all costs, even if it means sacrificing yourself and your happiness.

man in room looking away with phone in hand

So you keep telling yourself that “you got this,” but you really don’t.

A part of you wants to give up, unplug from your responsibilities and not care so much about how others see you.

You want to stop self sacrificing yourself for others, but you don't where to start.

You want to start enjoying your life, without always worrying about other people's needs.

This is a cycle that you're struggling with in all of your relationships.

You want a better life for yourself, if only you could say no.

woman with leaning against a wall with hand against face

You're questioning things...

"Why do I care how other people think of me?"

"Why am I always so overwhelmed and tired?"

"Why can't I say no to others?"

If you're struggling daily, it can weigh heavily on your mind, which creates more internal conflict.

You don't want to live like this.

You want to stop self sacrificing yourself for others, but you're scared of change.

You want to learn how to ask for your needs, but you go back into the same pattern.

You don’t have to continue this path.

Codependency often starts in childhood, and it is a learned behavior, shaped by your caregivers/parents.

You were taught that having needs is not as important, compared to your caregivers/parent’s needs.

To have needs, is considered selfish, so you avoid this at all costs. 

You developed perfectionism, out of coping with the fear, that people won’t like or accept you.

woman with peach colored top looking down with brown eyeglasses on her head

You feel horribly uncomfortable with saying no, because you don’t want conflict or confrontation.

You became a people pleaser who will self sacrifice, to others who enable your behavior. 

I am here to support you.

In therapy sessions you will learn effective tools, to stop the cycle of patterns and behaviors, that put you on the back burner.

You’ll learn healthier ways to communicate, with setting down boundaries, to change your relationship dynamics.

You’ll create a daily self care plan, to learn how to prioritize yourself and to become more independent. 

By slowing down, being fully mentally present, you’ll develop a deeper awareness to your thoughts, feelings, needs, decisions, wants and desires. 

Life can be different.

Now you can start focusing on your needs, wants and desires by saying yes to yourself.

You'll find your identity and what makes you happy.

You'll move through life lighter, with not worrying about what others think of you.

With the support of therapy, you will have healthier communication and boundaries, in your relationships.

You will gain confidence to live your life.

No more putting yourself last.

woman smiling side ways looking down in street

Are you ready for change?

You can do this by asking for support and guidance.

Together we will create the life you’ve dreamt of.

No more putting yourself last, let’s make you a high priority!

So if your ready to “start living your life,” I got you! 

You can’t stop pleasing others.

You’re feeling constantly irritated and annoyed, with your partner/spouse, family and friends. 

You don’t want to admit to anyone that you’re feeling resentful, because you’re not able to say no to things. 

You won’t express how you feel or ask for your needs, because you don’t want to burden others with your problems.

You want to keep the peace at all costs, even if it means sacrificing yourself and your happiness.

So you keep telling yourself that “you got this,” but you really don’t.

A part of you wants to give up, unplug from your responsibilities and not care so much about how others see you.

You want to stop self sacrificing yourself for others, but you don't where to start.

You want to start enjoying your life, without always worrying about other people's needs.

This is a cycle that you're struggling with in all of your relationships.

You want a better life for yourself, if only you could say no.

woman with leaning against a wall with hand against face

You're questioning things...

"Why do I care how other people think of me?"

"Why am I always so overwhelmed and tired?"

"Why can't I say no to others?"

If you're struggling daily, it can weigh heavily on your mind, which creates more internal conflict.

You don't want to live like this.

You want to stop self sacrificing yourself for others, but you're scared of change. You want to learn how to ask for your needs, but you go back into the same pattern.

You don’t have to continue this path.

Codependency often starts in childhood, and it is a learned behavior, shaped by your caregivers/parents.

You were taught that having needs is not as important, compared to your caregivers/parent’s needs.

To have needs, is considered selfish, so you avoid this at all costs. 

You developed perfectionism, out of coping with the fear, that people won’t like or accept you.

You feel horribly uncomfortable with saying no, because you don’t want conflict or confrontation.

You became a people pleaser who will self sacrifice, to others who enable your behavior. 

I am here to support you.

In therapy sessions you will learn effective tools, to stop the cycle of patterns and behaviors, that put you on the back burner.

You’ll learn healthier ways to communicate, with setting down boundaries, to change your relationship dynamics.

You’ll create a daily self care plan, to learn how to prioritize yourself and to become more independent. 

By slowing down, being fully mentally present, you’ll develop a deeper awareness to your thoughts, feelings, needs, decisions, wants and desires. 

Life can be different.

Now you can start focusing on your needs, wants and desires by saying yes to yourself.

You'll find your identity and what makes you happy.

You'll move through life lighter, with not worrying about what others think of you.

With the support of therapy, you will have healthier communication and boundaries, in your relationships.

You will gain confidence to live your life.

No more putting yourself last.

woman smiling side ways looking down in street

Are you ready for change?

You can do this by asking for support and guidance.

Together we will create the life you’ve dreamt of.

No more putting yourself last, let’s make you a high priority!

So if your ready to “start living your life,” I got you! 

To get started, click the button below or give me a call at

(707) 583-9388, and let’s begin your journey!

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