What Is Relationship Coaching?
Are you seeking the best relationship possible with your partner? Are you committed to successfully deepening the emotional intimacy in your marriage?
If your answer to these questions is “yes”, relationship coaching is your ticket to the better relationship you’ve always wanted.
Relationship coaching isn’t an instant process, yet it can start to deliver results quickly. The key to success is the commitment of both partners to the process, and to the work.
If you and your spouse are open to mentoring, are intent on living an authentically happy life, are willing to learn how to connect with your partner in a deeper, more intimate way, you’re ready for the work—and play—of relationship coaching.
You’ll gain emotional fulfillment, real marriage intimacy, and your best relationship ever.
Coaching unfolds in this way:
- Begin at the beginning: Shela takes you back to the first days of your relationship, re-engaging you with what brought you and your partner together.
- Find the roadblocks: Shela guides you and your partner through your relationship’s history, looking at events that may have kicked off a cycle of resentment, creating distance between you.
- A full life: Working with Shela, you’ll examine all the facets of your life, from fun to finance, learning what’s most important to each of you and where you need to re-connect with each other.
- Connect and communicate: No relationship is conflict-free. Shela helps you learn how to communicate effectively and intimately with your partner, to truly hear each other, so that you remain deeply connected even when resolving conflict.
- Build deep trust: Trust is an essential part of emotional intimacy. Shela will guide you through a process of discovering what you truly need from each other, helping you rebuild and deepen the trust between you and your partner.
If you want to explore relationship coaching with Shela Dean, contact her today.
“Shela’s ideas are a great way to re-ignite a relationship and get couples communicating. If you’ve ever been in a relationship, you’ll get right away what she’s talking about. You’ll also appreciate the opportunity to think again about what really matters to you and to learn what matters most to the person you love. I know I did, and I’ve been married over 30 years.”