Relationships are not always easy
There are ups, there are downs and there are curve balls that can affect the relationship. Relationships take work, determination and commitment from both parties to work
The more you put in, the more you’ll get back.
A relationship is an investment that will build as you devote your time and effort. As well as commitment, relationships require both parties to be open to adapt and change throughout life.
Relationship problems can occur in all aspects of life – families, romantic partners, at work or at school. Communication and emotional mindfulness are at the heart of healthy relationships, these skills can be learned and can even help to repair some unhealthy relationships.
Taking steps to improve relationships
You may feel that your friendships and family relationships are also unhealthy and that you would like to make changes to those relationships. These changes come from within. People will only do to us what we allow them to do to us.
Learn skills and tools that promote happy, equal and loving relationships.
Together we will eradicate self blame, but take accountability for our actions. Learn to understand and recognise when thoughts and behaviours are causing additional problems, and explore new healthy behaviours, thoughts and actions. I will help you set boundaries and learn to say ‘No’ without the guilt and stress it can cause.
The focus of the programme is on discovering what you have been through and helping you understand where you are and why you are feeling the way you are. We look at emotions, thoughts and behaviours. Its a process of understanding what’s happened in your life, to cause the emotional impact that it has.
Take control of the relationships in your life today
If your relationship leaves you feeling unsatisfied or is on the rocks, I can help you take steps to repair trust and rebuild a satisfying and meaningful, loving relationship.
Your Emotional Vessel
I work on the idea that we all have an emotional vessel – where we store our emotional reactions, so over time we fill this vessel up.
When our vessel is approaching being full, we release these emotions unconsciously so we can prepare for tomorrow’s stresses and strains.
Looking at emotions in this way, we can imagine the vessel to be similar to a bottle of carbonated water. If shook up, the top pops off and we have a overflow that we can’t manage.
If we release the cap slightly, small bubbles can escape without danger or damage. Finding healthy ways to release that pressure is the aim of the coaching programme.