I've had the privilege of working with men and women on a wide range of relationship issues. I've helped individuals:Leave toxic relationships to find a healthy relationship that makes them feel calm, grateful for the person in their life, and deeply valued by their partner Close the emotional distance between partners so they feel deeply connected to each otherResolve relationship conflict, leading the couple to become closer and more loving than they ever thought imaginable Remove sexual anxiety to create intensely passionate and longer-lasting sexUse problems in the relationship as catalysts to help individuals grow into their highest potential (and become more awesome lovers)Our coaching sessions are tailored towards reaching solutions that improve your relationship quickly. Read more about my coaching programmes here, Relationship Coaching or Email me at [email protected]
The key to intentionally creating an intimate relationship is having a variety of relationship strengthening conversations, almost like adding different spices to the meals you cook.
If you are entangled in a perpetual war with your partner then you need to realize that your relationship conflict is destructive for both of you.
Some common damaging beliefs about relationships that turn your healthy relationship toxic and lead to an eventual breakup.
When you argue with your partner, is your intention to tell them you’re hurt or do you want to hurt them back?
"Building a supportive and nurturing relationship with our partner can help us create a stable base that makes us more independent and enables to pursue our dreams. This is the dependency paradox."
A great or bad relationship simply doesn’t happen overnight. It all depends on your connection with your partner.
Emotional blocks can seriously obstruct our ability to love someone unconditionally.
Being desperate to have a relationship will always make the relationship a toxic one at the end.
One of the best ways to intentionally improve a relationship is to add meaning to the daily habits we already practice, as well as to cultivate new rituals that make the moments we have together, more meaningful and connecting.