Intimate relationships can also be life changing and enriching or challenging and depressing, especially if you are with someone who suffers from anxiety, or someone that provokes your anxiety. Anxiety can take many forms in a relationship. You may have relationship anxiety and worry that your relationship might not last. You also may suffer from trust anxiety issues--fear of trusting anyone or social anxiety--don’t trust yourself in social situations. You may suffer with separation anxiety, fearing that if you let your partner out of your sight he or she may not return. Talking to a therapist or a coach about your anxiety may help you to better manage your anxiety so that you can free yourself of worries that are not real worries.
What to Expect When Going To Therapy
If you need help with your intimate relationship, you can have a therapist or coach be there for you to talk to by either voice chat or by video chat, at any time of the day or night. You can access a therapist or a coach from anywhere you are. With over one-thousand different therapists and coaches to choose from, you are bound to find a therapist with whom you feel comfortable to discuss your anxiety issues.