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Successful relationships take more than just the power of attraction.

Falling in love with someone doesn’t mean you understand everything about them and even with the best will in the world, you can’t read each other’s minds.

Despite being part of a couple, the way you and your partner behave is based entirely on who you are as individuals. That means your gender, personality type and emotional expectations all impact on how you relate to one another. This difference of perspective means that even the most loving of relationships can still be full of frustration, anger or upset.

The good news is that it’s quite normal for relationships to wobble and things can get better. Much better!   If it feels like your relationship has lost its spark, you keep locking horns over everyday issues, or just can’t communicate effectively with each other anymore, my Couples Coaching can help.

Couples coaching: build a resilient relationship

Your relationship may not be in complete crisis, but if there is something stopping you and your partner from working together then this can eat away at the long-term success of the relationship.

My specially tailored couples counselling sessions in Chesham will help you and your partner to work through the issues that are stopping you from working as an effective team.

  • Explore what is causing the frustration or upset in your relationship
  • Discover why you each react the way that you do
  • Learn how to negotiate with each other
  • Build confidence and assertiveness
  • Establish mutual respect
  • Understand the value that you each bring to the relationship
  • Find out how to support each other

Take a positive step to improving your relationship. Learn how to live and work as a team to enjoy a long and happy future together.

Click to view my relationship coaching fees, or contact me to book a couples coaching session.

Interesting reading! Why do some people have the kind of relationships that can survive tough times and stress, while others falter at the first sign of trouble? Learn more about the characteristics of resilient relationships.