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“Relationships are like milk, it takes hours to milk the cow, but only a second to spill the bucket” .

Are you tired of all the arguing? Are your constantly angry with your partner? Do you feel tired of being criticized and nagged at all the time?

If you are either married, or in a relationship, or are single and are looking for a partner, and you are facing troubles or are blocked and do not know how to move forward or what decision to make, contact me for a free coaching session to discuss the ways to handle whatever is happening, find out why it has happened, how to solve the problem, how to move on and find the happiness you are looking for.

What is Relationship Coaching?

Relationship coaching is a life coaching specialization that helps people find a greater fulfillment in their personal relationships. In relationship coaching we focus on the future, because no matter what has happened in the past, you can make it better and learn to love, respect, appreciate each other and be happy, and overcome any obstacles that have occurred through your journey together. Relationship coaching teaches you to develop conflict resolution skills and offer tools to deepen intimacy and pleasure .

Our society has become a disposable society. It is so easy nowadays to change jobs often, throw things away after buying new ones and moving houses more than in the past, so changing or ending relationships seems to many people like a modern trend. Couples consider separation and divorce as a way of getting out of the routine. Marriage is not a computer game, and you cannot just press “escape”.

Unfortunately, marriage has become such an easy procedure, people rush to get married and later on rush to call their lawyers and instruct them to initiative the divorce proceedings.

“Deciding to divorce because love has died, is like selling your car because it has run out of gas”

Couples intend to have short memories. For some reason, the same loving couple that vowed to support each other “in sickness and in health” have lost the enthusiasm somewhere between the shopping, cleaning, going to work and raising kids.

When I ask my couples in the coaching session “tell me about the most exciting days of your life and how you first met?”, they just look at each other with an embarrassed smile and cannot even remember when or how they met. They are so busy talking about the problems they are facing that they have forgotten about all the pleasant memories they have had, and also the reason that they decided to be together.

Too many people think it is impossible to find a solution, so they give up on their existing relationship, hoping to start all over again with a new partner. This at that time feels like the easy solution, which in the long run will bring a lot of sadness and frustration, and usually by the time they realize it, their previous partner is no longer available.



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