How to Treat Yourself on Valentine's Day When You're Single Valentine’s Day is a time for people to treat their loved ones, to tell them how they feel, and to find the best way to express their emotions. When you’re single, however, it can also be a day that brings [...]
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“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
– Maya Angelou
We experience various types of transitions throughout our lives. These are invaluable opportunities for change, growth and discovery. One of our most fundamental needs is to feel emotionally connected with others. Relationships provide us with joy, intimacy, and acceptance, but they can also be sources of pain, sadness, and neglect. This realization brings about excitement and hope, but also nervousness and uncertainty that we have to face our vulnerabilities and work through relationship complexities. It is especially overwhelming when everything happens at once, but we do not have to struggle alone .
In today’s world, the pace and quality of life have changed drastically for working professionals of all ages and backgrounds. But deep down, the purpose has always been to make the most of our lives and relationships. Perhaps you have an established career and lifestyle, but you are searching for a partner to share that with. Or you’ve been in a long-term relationship, but the spark or connection has dwindled, and you need help figuring out what’s next. In moments of vulnerability, social media offers additional and endless opportunities for self judgement and blame. But rather than to simply criticize and feel defeated, what will you do about it?
As someone who has grappled with her identity, I have both the professional training and personal experience to understand how current generations face a unique set of internal, familial, and societal pressures. I excel in helping my clients achieve a new understanding of how relationship style influences emotions, motivation, decision-making, and career accomplishments. I work with adults from all professions and backgrounds in dealing with relationship issues in all stages of change. In addition, I have a personal understanding of how issues of gender, race, culture, and family dynamics influence relationships. My personal and professional experiences allow me to bring authenticity to my work.
Relationship coaching is a collaborative process that offers you the unique opportunity to invest in yourself and your future. Some common goals that clients achieve include navigating life stage transitions, developing healthy communication and conflict resolution skills, building emotional and physical intimacy, managing stress, exploring spiritual development, and finding work/life balance. It is my privilege and ultimate responsibility to guide my clients along the journey of self fulfillment and making long-lasting transformations.