Welcome to our Relationship & Marriage Resource Center!
We are never as vulnerable as when we love! Wise words from Sigmund Freud. The people we love seem to either bring out the best in us or the worst. We experience the highest highs and the lowest lows when we are with or around them.
They push us to the extremes of excitement or the extremes of despair. And let's admit it: we don't usually look for help when we are drunk with love hormones. We are on top of the world and life couldn't be better.
But things change! People change! Or they don't change at all, but now, that we are not drunk on love hormones, we finally see them for who they are. What once seemed easy and natural, it now feels like a mentally & emotionally draining Navy Seal training.
This free Resource Center is built just for those times. We cover topics such as:
I love quotes, so here is another one that's a good fit for relationship coaching: Out of difficulties grow miracles (Jean de la Bruyere, French philosopher) and I couldn’t agree more.
Join me on this journey, good luck, and safe travels! Buckle up! It may get a little bumpy and stormy, but the destination may well be worth it!
Good-quality communication is the essence of any strong relationship. It doesn’t matter what the disagreements or differences are, being able to speak to each other in a caring, respectful, and empathic way will help ride you out the inevitable waves of a marriage.
Find out what your communication style really is, how it affects your relationships and your well-being, and what you can do about it.
Does your partner:
Download our free workbook to learn more about emotionally unavailable (avoidant-dismissive) partners!
Growing up in a household of emotionally unavailable or cold individuals surely affected you. It indeed made you stronger and independent, but it also kept you behind on the whole relationship connection, empathy, and healthy attachment to other human beings.
This 5-lesson series will put all of this into perspective and give you the jump-start you need to make a change for better communication, better relationships, and more importantly, healthier coping skills.