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Your Marriage Can Be Amazing...
Even When Your Spouse Has a Mental Illness

You can have peace and stability in your home and family,

while navigating your unique challenges 

Your Marriage Can Be Amazing...
Even When Your Spouse Has a Mental Illness

You can create peace and stability in your home and family,

 while navigating your unique challenges

If there are improvements and changes you want to make in your relationship this class is a perfect place to start. Jessica helped me figure out what the root problems were and ideas to try and work through it. She makes me feel comfortable even when talking about the hard stuff and makes me feel confident that I can make the hard changes I need to. She is a great support and guide. I love that she doesn’t tell me what to do, instead she helps me figure out what is best for me.
Britteny G.
For the first time in a long time, I actually felt like my husband and I were a team, trying to get what each of us needed to get done and spend time together as a family...I'm finding I am less frustrated with expecting him to meet my needs. This is huge for me!
Melissa C.
Diving into personal problems can be tricky but with Jessica, I felt like I was talking to a wise old friend. She was a fantastic listener but didn't let me dodge the tough questions. I was an hones, frank and compassionate discussion and I felt truly comfortable with her the entire time. Highly recommended!
Kelli G.

Hey there, I'm Jess

There is a mental health crisis in our world right now, and you have a front row seat. 

When you are married to someone with a mental illness, it can feel like your whole family is living on a roller coaster, never knowing which direction you are going to be going, one day to the next.

It is exhausting.

You love your spouse and want to be there for him. But there has to be an easier way.

You wonder if you can keep living with the unpredictability, the walking on eggshells, feeling fear, anger, resentment and shame. 

You wonder if there is any hope for something better. 

The truth is that the BEST thing you can do to support your spouse with a mental illness, is to support your own mental health.

I help my clients create a relationship and families that will not just survive, but thrive. I can help you too. 

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We all have those issues that we fight about over and over…without getting anywhere.

Maybe you fight about money.

Maybe you fight about sex.

Maybe you fight about parenting.

Click below to learn the 3 skills to stop fighting about it and start using it as a way to strengthen your marriage.