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Are you tired of the drama and heartbreak when you argue with those closest to you?

One of our greatest needs in life is to feel important. Everyone wants to feel seen by and understood by someone in their life. If not, you feel lonely and become disconnected 

Whether it’s in your romantic relationships, your interactions with family or life in general, to feel alone & disconnected is hard and begins to impact other areas of your life.


In fact, research shows that feeling lonely can make it harder to make good decisions and even impact your physical health.

Feeling lonely doesn’t mean you don’t have anyone in your life. It means that you don’t feel connected to people even when they are around. For you, it may mean getting frustrated when people are constantly telling you, “It’s not that bad,” or “stop being so dramatic.” Or it might mean constant arguments. Perhaps members of your family no longer speak to you or you want to go to couples counseling but your significant other refuses to go.


These situations feel isolated and can be devastating. But coaching can help you feel better about your relationships…even if you are the only one coming to coaching sessions!

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Relationship Coaching

for the Individual

Individuals chose to come to coaching to improve their interpersonal

skills or process strong emotions related to the relationships in their

life every day. The good news is that individual relationship

coaching can be very effective.

Reasons for Individual Relationship Coaching

You want to work on your relationship but your spouse isn’t ready

to begin marriage counseling.

Setting boundaries in relationships is difficult and you worry people will be mad at you.

You’ve just always found it hard to get along with people and worry your interpersonal skills aren’t where you’d like them to be.

You’ve had bad relationship after bad relationship and want to explore why you fall into the same patterns over and over again.

There’s been a rift in your relationship with someone for many years and you feel like it’s time to repair it but don’t know how.

You want to make new friends but just aren’t sure how to go about it.

Reasons To Come To COUPLES Coaching

Relationships are such an integral part of our day-to-day lives, so when we are unhappy or not satisfied in our marriage or relationship it has a significant impact on each partner's overall health and well-being. Research shows that to make a relationship last, couples must become better friends, learn to manage conflict, and create ways to support each other's hopes for the future.

Reasons for Couples Relationship Coaching

Feeling disconnected from your spouse or partner.

Emotionally distanced couples on the verge of separation.

You're experiencing problems surrounding your intimate relationship​.

Are you having difficulty co-parenting & mismatched parenting styles?

You don't get along with each other's families.

One partner had an affair but wants to stay in the marriage.

Poor communications skills leading to arguments.

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Begin to heal your heart

Identify Patterns in Your Relationships

Whether you want to talk about one specific relationship (i.e. marriage problems) or work on your interpersonal skills in general, relationship coaching may include talking about patterns in your relationships. Explore how you relate to people in general and talk about how you’ve handled conflict in the past.  Or, you may talk about your own values when it comes to relationships and identify your own triggers or unhealthy behaviors. Through relationship coaching, you’ll gain insight into yourself & how you relate to the world.

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Learn to Set Boundaries

Setting boundaries can be really difficult and is a common conversation that comes up in coaching. There are times you know you should say no that you don’t. Or times when you try to set boundaries but it results in major conflict. Setting boundaries is a skill. I can help you become more comfortable using this skill.

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Accepting When Others Won’t Change

Sometimes, there’s a relationship in our life that just isn’t healthy and can’t become healthy without the other person changing as well. Maybe you’ve poured all of your energy into being the best version of yourself & trying to repair a relationship. Perhaps you’ve even started to lose yourself in the relationship. You want so badly to keep the other person in your life and it’s just not working out. Sometimes, what we talk about in coaching is simply how to accept and cope with the fact that the other person doesn’t want to change.

Begin Relationship Coaching

You don’t have to live in constant fear of the next argument or feeling lonely even when you are surrounded by people. Relationships don’t have to be the cause of stress. Learn how to set healthy boundaries and manage relationship problems. Start your journey here by completing a quick Intake Form.





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To learn more about where I received my education for relationship coaching please visit the website for Center for Thriving Relationships

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