Individual Coaching for Women

In relationships, we expect that among the good times there will be some tough ones as well.

  • While it’s fairly easy to ride the wave of the not-so-great times, what happens when the difficult times far outweigh the good ones?
  • What happens when you can’t even recall the good times anymore?
  • How do you ever get comfortable feeling so alone in your marriage that, even though you have someone by your side, there’s no one in your corner?
  • What happens when someone cheats? Can it be salvaged or is the only answer to leave?
  • What if you feel like you’ve tried everything – including years of therapy – and nothing has worked to bring you to real clarity?

It doesn’t matter where you’re at right now – married-but-feeling-alone and wondering if this is the end, reeling from an affair, or longing to feel more connected to your partner and wondering if there’s a way back – you’re hurting and unhappy, stuck and most likely terrified.

Through my coaching practice, I interact with women every day who feel stuck in disconnected and unhappy marriages for years – sometimes decades.

They stay for different reasons that feel insurmountable. For some, it’s the kids.
For many, it’s fear: “OMG, I don’t know if I can face this” fear…
Or “I’m afraid I’ll be alone forever” fear…
Or the “Is this all there is?” fear; maybe the grass isn’t greener…

For some, it’s simply easier to stay stuck, because then they never have to take any scary action one way or the other.

Facing and healing what’s not working in our relationships, or lovingly releasing them, takes radical courage. What makes it even harder is when we are inside the pain and disconnection of our relationships, it’s virtually impossible to see, let alone act on, a solution.

These are the reasons I’ve devoted my career and my heart to helping strong and successful women get unstuck and have the kind of deep, soulful and loving relationships they desire and deserve.

I help women either transform their relationship or get absolute clarity that their answer is to lovingly release the marriage within 10 weeks. Most women spend years on marriage counseling, complaining to girlfriends or reading every self-help book they can get their hands on and never truly finding the answers they’re seeking.

  • Counseling tends to be a slow exploration of how you got to where you are. But that doesn’t help you create a new future. (Plus, it often keeps you stuck in telling the same stories over and over again. Check out my free ebook, Can Marriage Counseling Help?)
  • Our girlfriends love us and mean well, but they can only tell us what they think they would do in our situation (and as you know, giving advice is so much easier than taking it and actually living it). You need your answer for your life; not their answer for your life.
  • And while books are great (I’ve written many…), if books alone could solve the issues in our marriages, would we still have the divorce rate we do?

Ready for your answers?