A lot of us prefer to try to fix our relationship problems on our own rather than ask for help. We may ask for advice from friends or family but with limited success. After all, people can only give us advice based on what they know and many people, though well meaning, do not know how to fix a relationship problem. We may end up not asking for help at all because we have been taught that we should take care of things ourselves or we don’t get useful advice.
The good news is that there are resources available to you to fix relationship problems. The stigma associated with looking for outside help is going away and people are more open to getting help from an impartial, outside person. The benefit of getting outside help is that the person does not have any interest in the outcome other than helping you find solutions that work for you. Therapy is an excellent way to work out issues but there are also alternatives such as coaching when you don’t require mental health related services. I always recommend that if people have a mental health issue they benefit from seeing mental health professionals. For issues related to our functioning in relationships a coach can often be helpful.
When I coach people we don’t go into mental health issues or dwell in the past. It is not because these things aren’t important but rather because coaching deals with the here and now and what you can do to improve it in the future. I literally help you change the way you do things now and do them in a way that works for you. You make all the decisions with guidance and support.
I work with people to help them figure out a new way of doing things. Coaching is helpful for people who just need a supportive outside person who can motivate them to move in the direction they choose. It’s like having a friend listen to you who is actually qualified to help you resolve your problems.
If you have been looking for a way to deal with relationship issues or problems perhaps coaching is a good option for you. A coach helps you get what you want out of your relationships by clearing away that obstacles and helping you design your new path to happiness. Feel free to contact me at the link below if you have any questions about how coaching can help you transform your relationships.