When two people are the same, one of them isn’t necessary. And yet, in relationships we “obey” or try to “satisfy” the emotional and physical demands/needs of our partner. This loving desire to “please” our partner is what most often destroys the relationship. It’s ironic isn’t it?
There are many forms of abuse in relationships. Physical is the least common but the most deadly. If there is physical abuse present, seek police assistance.
Emotional abuse, verbal abuse, passive aggression (teasing and making sarcastic remarks), disrespect for boundaries, criticism, breaking trust, and the list goes on, are all treatable in coaching.
Coaching is rarely something that both people volunteer for. One person is often stuck as the abuser, the other the lover who wants more than anything for the relationship to survive and for them to change, or life at the least, to improve.
Therefore, the first step in any relationship coaching is to get the lover back on track and therefore stop the abuse or mistreatment by their partner.
The hard pill to swallow is that nobody does to us more than we do to ourselves. Therefore, the core of change is in the control of the person I coach. It is simply a matter of knowing what you want and making sure you do your best to encourage behavioural change.
Any sense of coaching that might focus on relationship must also include occupation, financial, social, mental and health. This is the Innerwealth Total Human Awareness Map and it means a beautiful integration of all aspects of life in the coaching.
You can choose the single coaching session option, the 30 day challenge (recommended) or go straight to life coaching for 6 or 12 months.