About My Services

We all want so much to find "the right one" for us that our strong need for close companionship can often interfere with our ability to make good judgments regarding a new love interest. We long to find someone with whom we can feel happy, cherished, and comfortable, and sometimes that longing can become so overwhelming that we just can't (and maybe don't even want to) see that we may be devoting our time and effort to someone who really doesn't value us as much as we do them. On the opposite side of the equation, almost all of us carry scars from previous relationships, and our own hesitance about being disappointed or hurt again can make us jump to conclusions too quickly; the thought of going through that pain again makes us begin to panic, and so at the first sign that a romantic relationship may not work out the way that we're hoping it will, we act quickly -- and run! -- to protect ourselves, when maybe there was really no danger at all. Depending on one's situation, talking with friends and family can be helpful, but sometimes they have their own vision of whom they'd like to see us with, and so their advice may not always very objective. If you're in a situation like this, wondering, "Is it better to avoid this one, or is it worth hanging in there?" -- I can offer you a more objective opinion of the situation, without trying to steer you in one direction or another based on my own personal preferences. So let's help you to sort things out by looking at the situation with a little more objectivity, which might provide you with the clarity that you need to make a good decision about what you want to do.

Experience & Qualifications

I have many years of experience in offering guidance to those in romantic relationships, and I can help to give you more insight into the situation between you and your love interest, as well as the most likely outcome, based on the dynamics of your relationship. I tend to believe that we are guided more by our own decisions than we are by fate, and so no situation is hopeless if we are willing to apply ourselves by taking action(s) that will help us to determine our own destiny.


I believe that our lives, our destinies, are partly determined by fate, as well as by the personal choices that we make. Therefore, none of us are completely at the mercy of mere chance, and a large part of what we become depends very much on empowering ourselves to make the best of what life brings our way, instead of viewing ourselves as nothing more than helpless victims of random events. As our lives unfold, many of the outcomes that we witness depend on the decisions that we make along the way, especially in the face of adversity.