They say that great relationships don’t happen just because we love. Great relationships are built by our constant effort to keep the love alive. You also probably have read or heard somewhere that love is not enough. There should be respect, loyalty, and tons of somehow unrealistic requirements! The world makes relationships sound like a lot of work and it truly is. As dumbfounding as it may seem, we are all in relationships and not all of us are good at it. At some point in our lives, we need relationship coaching.
We are all in a relationship. You have an innate and perhaps unceasing relationship with your family. You have a quirky, roller coaster-ride-type of relationship with your friends. You have a professional relationship with your co-workers and bosses. If you would be asked to reflect, could you confidently say that all your relationships are in a tip-top shape? If your answer is no, or maybe, or most likely, or yes but with a hint of doubt, you need relationship coaching.
You may say, “I’m not dating anyone. I don’t think I need one.”
Do you lack confidence in building a relationship? Is your current relationship (may it be romantic or platonic) falling apart? Have you had traumatic experiences from your previous relationships to a point that these stop you from building new relationships? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, you need relationship coaching.
What is Relationship Coaching?
The question now is, “How can relationship coaching help?” In a nutshell, relationship coaching is meant to help you improve your relationships. Through relationship coaching, you will get the guidance and support you need from someone who has proper training and excellent game when it comes to building great relationships.
Relationship coaching can help someone who wants to be in the dating scene but is clueless and unsure how to start or continue. Relationship coaching can also help couples who need to heal or rebuild. Relationship coaching can assist those who find communicating their thoughts and desires with their partners, friends, and/or colleagues challenging.
How does Relationship Coaching Work?
Your next question would probably be, “How does relationship coaching work?” This concept might be an unfamiliar territory for you. And that’s okay. To get started, you will need a relationship coach whom you can trust and has established his/her expertise on the subject matter. You will need someone whose method matches your personality. It won’t hurt to ask around or search online. Build your shortlist and contact your potentials. Dip your toe in the water and check if you and your potential relationship coach are a perfect fit.
Mary Jo: Your Relationship Coach
In your search, you most likely will come across Mary Jo Rathgeb. She’s a personal development coach who happens to have expertise in relationship coaching. Her method is not generic.She believes that a customized blueprint should be designed for every client. Mary Jo’s “The Life Design Review” deep dives into your world. She digs deeper to understand you best. With the help of her very own unique process and her deep dive quizzes, she can determine what role you play and why.
Mary Jo’s Mojo in Relationship Coaching
Effective relationship coaching does not stop in understanding you. It is just the beginning. Mary Jo’s step two, which she calls “Balancing Your Survival Archetype”, is an important process to undergo. This will help you reach self-acceptance and true confidence. It makes sense to invest in you before you strengthen your other relationships. Through this phase, she can help you acquire tools that you will need to build great relationships.
Her steps three to five focus on “Vision Creation, Activation, and Visibility”. She believes that these are the most exciting phases as these steps put your visions to visibility. From knowing your true vision and purpose to setting your vision and preparing your tools, to putting all these building blocks into action, getting yourself into relationship coaching with an expert like Mary Jo is be the best way to go.
Send me a message now and let’s talk about how I can help you with your personal and professional relationships!