Most often, when a couple comes to us to "work on" or even "save" their relationship, well, they can tend to want to "trauma share" and dissect every detail of their relationship problems... Who did what. Why their partner is wrong, annoying, not doing their part, etc. Usually, it devolves down a negative, "problem pathologizing" spiral that goes nowhere (or worse explodes into bigger upset), fast. We did not want couples to "get stuck in the muck" and we became determined to have a proactive, forward focus with a clear vision for what we wanted to move TOWARDS rather than fighting and resisting all the things we wanted to move away from. You can get much better results (and have a more enjoyable experience), if you create a description of the kind of relationship you most want - from the day-to-day little things and experiences to the big ones. Creating a For Better Love Marriage Map empowers you to focus on what you WANT rather than struggle against all you do not want. It creates something that is worth aiming at rather than allowing you to fall prey to the default of getting stuck in an ineffective and even destructive exchange about what you don’t like about each other or your relationship. This is the MASTERCLASS that will guide you through creating your own personal Marriage Map and set your relationship up for a major shift from fixing problems as adversaries to aiming for awesome as allies. So lean in where YOU are inspired (do not pressure your beloved!). It may seem counterintuitive, but stop trying to fix your relationship problems as adversaries. Instead, start aiming for awesome as allies instead. Keep your eyes on the prize, not the problems.
I have Masters degree in Education, Counseling and Guidance and 25 years of coaching and teaching experience, it is my own “messy-to-magical” marriage that allows my relationship guidance to be so spot on. My innovative methods are fiercely forward focused, gently shifting any negativity into concrete action steps. I'm a wiz at supporting couples in not just digging themselves out of a relationship ditch, but cultivating a couple culture of "aiming for awesome".Learn more