You've been married and divorced twice and you're a relationship coach...?
Yep! The calling to become a relationship coach was placed on my heart when I first started my business 9 years ago. I studied that niche but didn't pursue it right away because I had a lot of work to do in my own relationship space first...
In that time I've mended relationships, ended relationships, and cultivated new ones.
I've learned what doesn't work, and I continue to learn what does.
More importantly, I've done a lot of work to heal myself, which has had the biggest impact on how I show up in my own relationships.
A relationship coach doesn't teach you how to do relationships perfectly.... because well, no one is perfect. There are no perfect relationships and no perfect partners.
As a relationship coach, I help my clients evaluate their current relationships and make aligned choices about the changes they want or need to make. I encourage them to explore the challenging questions, address the difficult situations, and explore their own needs and desires for the relationship.
For some this means ending relationships.
For some this means staying in and examining the way they choose to show up and handle conflict.
For some this means speaking their needs or setting boundaries.
For some this means getting more present and spending more quality time with loved ones.
Each client's experience is completely different. There is no one-size-fits-all to relationship coaching.
As for me, I continue to learn and grow as I navigate my own relationships too. This is my life's work, my calling, and my passion, and I'm so grateful to be able to do it.