I Find my work with Smadar very useful.
It’s a gift to have someone you can talk to about such important things in life that you don’t or won’t talk to anyone else about. Things you don’t want to burden your family or friends with. Things that are uncomfortable to talk about.
While my initial goal was to seek therapy for marriage counseling, it actually became therapy to deal with my separation and ultimate divorce. I realized my goals were different. It was about understanding myself and how I can improve myself. How to take care of myself while fighting an endless war. Most importantly it taught me how I can improve my relationship with my children. It taught me how to look at things in a completely different perspective. During a time of deep turmoil, therapy made me not only get through it but to use it as a way to grow and show others that you have grown. While I was getting rejection from the people I loved the most, my children, therapy made me realize where it was coming from, and that made it easier not only to deal with it but to use it as an opportunity to improve that relationship.
I'm always feel supported and understood.
It is the most amazing thing in the world when you feel that someone is truly by your side during your challenge, hand in hand, while the whole world feels like its falling apart.
I feel like Smadar shares my burden. She is someone I trust, someone that truly cares about me, truly feels my pain - that it is her pain as well. That feeling is tangible. It’s priceless. It creates a pillar of strength to move forward with resolve. A light in the midst of complete darkness.
Smadar gives me tools that help me realize my true weaknesses but also learn how to face them head on. It is not easy to admit you are doing wrong or have a weakness. It's not easy to digest when you realize you are not perfect and need to work on things. But this is self-growth. To accept your shortfalls. To realize and fight your demons head on. And when you conquer those demons, to feel true victory.
I recommend Smadar wholeheartedly, because when you feel that someone is truly by your side during your challenge, hand in hand, while the whole world feels like its falling apart, it is the most amazing thing in the world. It feels like they share your burden. Someone you trust, someone that truly cares about you, truly feels your pain that it is their pain as well. That feeling is tangible. It’s priceless. It creates a pillar of strength to move forward with resolve. A light in the midst of complete darkness.