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When we are in transition related to the loss of a committed relationship, how we define ourselves changes, too. It feels like everything is changing and nothing is certain. Some clients have described it as living on shifting sand. Humans are not as opposed to change as we often hear. Instead, it is uncertainty that trips us up. So, when you are investing in yourself to achieve a desired future, it makes perfect sense that the best way to go about it is to create that future for yourself. That is the foundation of personal coaching.
Everything we think and feel manifests into behaviors, defining how we show up in the world. Since that is a function of our brains, it makes sense that neuroscience should play a big part in my coaching strategy, and it does. My training in neuroscience and energy leadership shows up in my coaching, because understanding how our brains work is an integral part of understanding how we engage in our environment and relationships.
Relationships change because the people in them change. We can't help it; it's human nature. If individuals change out-of-sync with their partners, conflict arises. When communication is dysfunctional, conflict escalates. The ultimate value in a conversation is in the listening, not the talking. That is the foundation of pairs coaching for couples, families, and business partners. It's about learning to listen first, then learning to change the conversation so solutions and agreements are co-created, rather than just compromised.
Personal Coaching is for individuals navigating transitions related to the loss or significant shift in a committed relationship. Seeking a better path to the future as a result of separations, divorces, business dissolutions, death, job loss, retirement, empty nesting, and parent/child conflicts are some of the reasons clients choose coaching as a tool for success. It's not about getting "over" anything. Rather, it is about who you are and how you choose to show up going forward.
When two people are transitioning through changes in their relationship, getting help from a coach can be a faster route to a better future. Pairs Coaching clients learn new ways to co-create communication strategies and conversations. When both parties learn together, the positive impact is pretty much immediate. Business partners, committed couples, divorced or separated couples, and adult children and parents are all likely clients. What can be true for your future?