Have you noticed a shift in your relationship since you became a parent?
Maybe you feel like the parental load isn't shared...
Maybe just being in the same room as your partner is
Maybe you feel that much of what's going in your home
Or maybe you feel like an afterthought most of the time
and perhaps that your needs aren't as important...
The best day I've had in a while!
Thank you so much for this! We attended the workshop because my husband listened to the Intrusive Thoughts podcast. This is the best day I have had in a while!
C A R I S S A
I learned how to work towards a happier relationship
You two are awesome! This whole workshop showed me my resentment, and how to start working towards a happier relationship by stating my needs and listening to my partner.
T I A
This was very timely!
Thank you both! This was great! Very timely. I will definitely take some time to process the information and worksheets.
D E S T I N Y
Just because you're having these feelings, doesn't mean that things have to remain this way.
The Unpacking Resentment workshop was created for parents like you, who may be desperate for answers, but don’t know where to look.
In this workshop, Dr. Ream and Erica will provide you with tools to resolve feelings of resentment with your partner and give you the skills to create a fair partnership.
Here's How It Works
Purchase your ticket for our Unpacking Resentment workshop
Get the tools you need to resolve feelings of resentment with your partner
Have the the skills to create a fair partnership.
It's time to do some digging and figure out:
✔︎ What your unmet needs are
✔︎ How to divide the responsibilities in your home
✔︎ And how to better communicate your needs
Meet Your Instructors
We’re Dr. Ashurina Ream and Erica Djossa, MA.
Together, we have more than 20 years of clinical experience helping moms navigate the overwhelming feelings that come with parenting.
We created the Unpacking Resentment Workshop because 67% of parents are unhappy with each other during the first few years of their child's life.
This theme kept coming up in sessions and in our other workshops. Parents are dissatisfied in their relationships. They want more. They expected more. Their needs aren't being met. They've stopped communicating. They've argued more than they'd like to admit. They haven't prioritized one another. They've grown apart.
Add to this the toxicity of comparison and we're headed to a dark place.