Since Noah’s time, long before relationship coaching was invented, people have been in pairs. Everywhere around the world, millions of people look for the “perfect match” to share their life, yet the divorce rate is rising.
Because people change, their relationships must change with them to keep the feeling of closeness and friendship.
If you have seen the movie Mrs Doubtfire or Kramer vs. Kramer, you have probably had a glimpse of what it means to separate or divorce. The problem is that a movie cannot describe even a small portion of the emotional stress people go through when they think about separating. If you have a friend who is divorced, you know a lot more about the toll they paid for it. Separation is a failure grade we receive on one of the biggest tests in life.
Our modern society has indeed become a disposable society. We change jobs often, throw things away after buying new ones and move houses more than in the past, so changing relationships seems to many people like a modern trend. Partners consider separation and divorce as a way of getting out of the routine. Living together with the same person seems boring and the need for excitement and change is missing.
Relationship Coaching has proven to be extremely effective for many couples primarily because it encourages them to share their feelings in a forum that is premised on honesty and confidentiality. Very often, relationships encounter problems because one or both parties in a relationship do not express their worries or concerns, instead choosing to ignore it. Over time, the issue becomes amplified and arguments and fights arise, with couples losing perspective of what the basis of their relationship itself is. Relationship Coaching allows couples to come together, interact face-to-face and reconcile their issues in a mature and responsible manner.
“By implementing what I have learnt, I’ve seen my stormy relationship transformed into a happier and satisfying relationship. I would really like to thank you for reminding us that we will always love each other no matter what obstacles are in our way and that we make a great team.”