What do you really need in a lifelong partner?
Is the relationship you are in now the best one for you?
Are you doing what you need to do in order to help your current relationship move forward and grow?
Do you choose your partners based on your needs, wants and priorities?
Together, we will answer these questions and:
- Clarify what you truly need and want in a partner.
- Examine past relationships so you can eliminate nonproductive habits and make more informed choices.
- Develop your communication and decision-making skills so you can participate in a confident, positive way in your relationship.
- Determine what qualities in a partner will be the most complimentary and beneficial for you.
- Strengthen your ability to honor and value what you offer a partner, and value the lessons they have to teach you.
- Learn to trust your instincts and intuition, so that you screen out your inner critical voices.
“You were my lighthouse in stormy seas. Your guidance was invaluable, so supportive and insightful. I don’t think I would have my terrific husband and children if it weren’t for our work together. Coaching was one of the best investments I have ever made”. – Marketing Executive, 45, Wife and Mother of Two Children
1. We often choose people based on what was familiar to us in childhood. It is important to separate out what was familiar then, from what will work for us now.
2. Where there are two “Is,” there is not a successful partnership. Thinking and working in a “We” context is essential in a relationship.
3. It is important to listen to and acknowledge a partner’s feedback, instead of responding defensively.
4. A relationship, like a home, needs ongoing tending to and nurturing.
5. We attract at the level we are at. Notice who you are attracting in your life, and look at why you are attracting these relationships.
6. It is important for each partner to have a healthy support system outside the relationship.