Hi, I'm Dr. Briana
The excitment of new love and finding your dream partner gives you hope that anything is possible. But when it comes to blending your families you begin feeling that blended is everything but blissflul.
Did you know, the number one issues that creates conflict in blending families is parenting (and that included coparenting with an ex)? Parenting impacts relationships with the children, the ex partner, finances and can cause major strain to your relationship with your spouse. I want better for you! As your blended bestie my goal is to help you to take a proactive approach to understanding your new family dynamics, safeguard your marriage, and create a healthy family culutre will children can thrive! After all, your relationship is the only motivation they have to blend in the first place.
The bond that links your family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other
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now let me guess...
YOU FIND IT HARD TO CONNECT WITH YOUR STEP CHILDREN
YOU STRUGGLE WITH GIVING YOUR PARTNER AND YOUR CHILD EQUAL TIME
YOU FEEL LIKE YOUR PARTNERS EX IS INTENTIONALLY MAKING THINGS HARD
that's where I step in...
I can help you balance your blend!
Blending a family takes work!
And I don’t mean the useless talking in circles and arguing you and your partner have been doing because your efforts to blend the family haven’t been working.
I mean, solution-focused brainstorming, productive conversations about the mental and emotional blocks each of you have that are barriers to blending, and uncomfortable yet revelatory dialogue that digs up the generational trauma-rooted fears each of you brought into the relationship that make you want to run and take cover every time you think about blending.
You’ve gotten the man and maybe you’ve even secured the ring, but what you want more than anything is peace and family cohesion.
But, you don’t have the capacity to heal yourself, motivate him, inspire the mother of his children to play it cool, and show up for your bonus babies all at the same time.
You need the help of a licensed mental health professional to sort out the overwhelming family dynamics that threaten the culture, stability, and growth of your relationship and thus legacy.