Individual Coaching for Men
Every marriage hits rough spots occasionally. But sometimes those patches of difficult times go from weeks…to months…to years. And what started as feeling irritated with one another feels much more like anger.
We tell ourselves that it will get better or that we’ll “try harder,” but that doesn’t seem to be working when our best efforts go unrecognized and unappreciated.
You may be arguing more frequently – or there may be a deafening silence between the two of you.
One of both of you may have even found comfort and connection outside of your marriage, only leading to create confusion and turmoil.
The disconnection widens and the resentments between you mount, until one or both of you is thinking of throwing in the towel on the marriage altogether. It’s got you nervous, irritated and out of your element.
Do you feel like you’re deep in the trenches of an unsatisfying marriage that is falling apart?
- Have you experienced heartbreak because of your spouse’s rejection, betrayal, or lack of interest?
- Do you feel as if you’ve drifted apart slowly, and wonder if now you’re too far gone?
- Have you found yourself trying to keep busy as a distraction or working more from the loneliness you feel?
Do you often wonder if there is anything worth saving in your marriage, or if change is even possible?
Hi, I’m Shannon Cyr, and I am THE Relationship Coach for men.
Trained by Sharon Pope, utilizing her tools, processes and methodology I coach men through their specific relationship challenges. That training combined with my Masters in Psychology from Pepperdine University has helped countless men either transform their current relationship or move forward integrity and confidence.
Think about it:
Every athlete who takes their sport seriously has a coach.
Every. Single. One.
And our closest relationships have a huge impact on our success, both professionally and personally.
So if you want to improve your relationship game, you can go-it-alone, spend years in therapy or leverage the knowledge of an expert to help you get further, faster.