Ways That You Sabotage Yourself in Relationships

Sabotaging your relationships, by Dr. Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC

There are a lot of us out there in the world who desperately want love but are terrified by the thoughts of opening our hearts as well. Putting ourselves in a position to be vulnerable and open with someone leaves us raw and exposed. It can be especially difficult if we have experienced heartache or abuse in our relationships. Sometimes even when we want love so badly, we fantasize about it daily, we…

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Dr. Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC is a licensed therapist, and creator of A Date With Darkness Podcast. Visit: https://www.drnataliejones.com

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Dr. Natalie Jones PsyD, LPCC

Dr. Natalie Jones PsyD, LPCC

Dr. Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC is a licensed therapist, and creator of A Date With Darkness Podcast. Visit: https://www.drnataliejones.com

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