Being Connected Ain’t What It Used to Be

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Being Connected Ain’t What It Used to Be

These days, everyone is connected – to their tablets and smartphones. Friendships exist in the virtual world. So much of life is lived online.

Modern technology has made many truly amazing things possible, but it has also created challenges. When the focus is on our screens rather than on the living, breathing people we care about and the beauty of the natural world that surrounds us, it’s not at all unusual for people to experience a sense of dissatisfaction and emptiness.

Feelings of frustration, loneliness or unease are common when circumstances have led us to feel as if something significant is missing from our lives. Virtual relationships rarely have the ability to make us feel satisfied and complete.

If you feel that something is missing in your day-to-day life or are struggling with an ongoing sense of inadequacy, spiritual counseling may help you find your footing, so that you can move forward and live the healthy and fulfilling life you deserve.

Whether you’re new to counseling or continue to struggle after years in traditional therapy, spiritual counseling offers an opportunity to relieve suffering in different, deeper ways. It’s a good option if you’re seeking real, meaningful connections – to the people in your life, the people you want in your life or even to the universe. it might be that your life is going well, but you have a sense that there is a deeper and more connected way of living and experiencing relationships with others, yourself and the bigger world. You might be seeking spiritual guidance, a new perspective or a meditation practice that can help you better manage life’s inevitable difficulties and live with more flexibility, fluidity and contentment.

For decades, NYC and Weston, Connecticut-based therapist Richard Sussman has been helping individuals and couples with his unique approach to therapy, which integrates Western psychology and Eastern spiritual traditions. For a complimentary phone consultation, call 212-874-9402 to reach the NYC office or 203-544-8418 to reach his office in Weston, CT.