Marriage & Relationship Coaching
One of the biggest obstacles to developing and maintaining healthy relationships is a lack of emotional connection and fear of judgments. Relationships fall apart when one or both of the parties are hyper-focused on winning rather than compromising. A relationship has two kinds of problems the first in perpetual and these are the problems that deal with personalities, beliefs, and values. These problems are not relationship enders once we have decided to accept our partners fully without judgment. The Second is solvable problems these are the problems where we often struggle to find a compromise with the other person. Finances is an example of a solvable problem, for example, understanding our financial status and agreeing to how we are going to budget in order to be able to enjoy the things in life that are important to us.
Coaching helps clients let go of their own painful thoughts and create their own relationship vision. This means clients can enjoy a satisfying relationship even without their partner’s participation in the coaching process.
Relationship coaches also work with people who are not yet in a relationship. They will work with singles who have a history of troubled relationships, who have difficulty knowing what they want in a relationship or just want to stay on track with their plan to find a deeper connection with someone.
Relationship coaches, just like life coaches, take healthy people and make them high performing. A relationship coach can help you quickly uncover the essence of what you want out of a partnership, guide you around painful issues, and create a safe cocoon as you face your fears and discover your true desires.
Relationship coaching is not “couples’ therapy,” just as life coaching is not psychotherapy. If you’re having relationship troubles, a coach might help you clear up your thinking, get some perspective or set inspiring new goals.