breaking the myths around
When people hear the works Relationship Consult they immediately think that they're for relationships that are struggling, couples having trouble getting on the same page and yes, they can absolutely support couples in understanding where they're at and how to move beyond that point.
BUT... They can also enrich and expand your relationship. So often we settle for 'good,' or better, when the reality is that there is always a deeper depth that every relationship can go to, even the great ones. This is where Relationship Consults come in.
Why have a relationship Consult?
Would you like to understand the deeper purpose in your Relationship?
Would you like to discover your strengths & your partners strengths?
Is there a deeper level of intimacy that you can go to in your relationship?
Do you find yourself stuck in the same old argument and want to break that cycle?
Do you feel that there is more affection that needs to be built in the relationship?
Are things getting mixed up through communication complications?
Who are they for?
It only takes one to make change
It only takes one person to make true and lasting change within a relationship. With the right support one person sessions can assist any relationship to take its next steps of growth. Whether it is time to seek clarity or get support with communication, one person sessions can make all the difference. These sessions are great when one partner is resistant to getting support or if there needs to be a foundation of trust built first.
Every single relationship within our life, including those with parents, partners, children, and friends, has an immense impact on our well-being. Relationships have the potential to offer us tremendous healing and personal growth or they can be toxic and poisonous, contributing to what feels like our total undoing.
Every single relationship within our life, including those with parents, partners, children, annd friends, has an immense impact on our well-being. Relationships have the potential to offer us tremendous healing and personal growth or they can be toxic and poisonous, contributing to what feels like our total undoing. One of the most capping beliefs in our world is that "good" relationships are built on compromise, however in truly nourishing relationships there is absolutely no compromise, but an ever-deepening understanding of who the other person is and the depth of insight they can offer.
Compromise is not the answer
there is more
One of the most capping beliefs in our world is that "good" relationships are built on compromise, however in truly nourishing relationships there is absolutely no compromise, but an ever-deepening understanding of who the other person is and the depth of insight they can offer.
"Developing a relationship that offers honesty, truth, and depth on an ongoing basis is not a wishlist item but something that every person should naturally have available to them."
A word on relationships
Great relationships are truly magnificent. When you live in a supportive and deeply nourishing relationship, your whole world changes. You are no longer part of the get-through-life equation, instead you are enormously enriched by each moment.
Too many people live in less than supportive relationships. It is quite normal for there to be dismissiveness, undermining, silent treatment and lack of communication. So many people treat their partners in ways that they would not dare treat other people. Many people are warm, open and engaging with others and then reduce that quality for their partners. Shouldn’t it be the other way around? Shouldn’t we be exploring the depth and breadth of what warmth and care means within our relationships and then build the confidence to care for others based on what we have learnt?
The lower level of love and care in our relationships is completely unnecessary. There doesn’t need to be the backlog of resentment, hurt or bitterness. Most relationships are capable of at least respect, if not, deeper levels of love and support.
Settling for a relationship that doesn’t support you is not the answer and it certainly isn’t something you should have to live with. It is a complete lie that you have to suck it up to keep others happy as this doesn’t truly support anyone (kids included).
That doesn’t mean you have to end it, what I am sharing here is that I am yet to meet a person that couldn’t get out of the relationship mess they were in and I have literally worked with thousands and thousands of people.