Ever wish you had someone on your side?
Someone who wasn’t a friend or your mom?
Someone you could be completely honest with? Someone who had some answers to the questions that bother you?
I’ve been researching and writing about dating and relationships for over a decade, and I’m constantly amazed at how much bad advice is floating around out there.
If you’re sick and tired of trying to figure out everything on your own … of following supposedly “good advice” only to find yourself worse off than before … then a love coach might be exactly what you need.
Just as a basketball coach coaxes the best performance out of his/her players, so a love coach applies an in-depth knowledge of “the game of love” to the unique needs and challenges of the individual.
The advantage of a love coach is that he or she gets to know you. You won’t be getting the same old advice as everyone else. Your love coach is entirely dedicated to YOU. A love coach wants to hear your story, understand your unique challenges, and figure out how you can succeed.
You may have never spoken with a professional about the struggles you’re having in love. You might rightly wonder how their advice would be any different from the advice you’ve already gotten. You might even doubt that a love coach could tell you anything a well-meaning friend couldn’t.
Perhaps that might have been true thirty years ago. But it’s not true anymore.
Love is no longer a fuzzy field where anyone with an opinion could be right. We can now test our assumptions about love with scientific studies that bear us out or prove us wrong.
And there are studies coming out every day. Love is now an established field of research where psychology, neurobiology, even anthropology all have something to say.
I’m a bit of a research junkie. I keep informed of the latest research and scientific studies on why we’re attracted to some people but not others, as well as what makes some relationships last while others fail.
That’s why I know that the popular advice friends give each other reflects their opinions and personal experience more than the data.
What I can say, though, is that the field of love coaching is indeed fuzzy. It’s not counseling or therapy. Many love coaches are just life coaches with a passion for relationships. So if you’re looking for very specific help in a crisis situation, a counselor or therapist would be more appropriate.
Contact me to find out if we’d be a good fit.
If you decide to work with me, you get a compassionate, informed, discerning coach who wants the best for you and will help you develop a plan to get it.
You’ll be accountable each week for your progress, but you won’t be alone. I’ll help you through any area you struggle with, such as writing your online dating profile or talking to your significant other about something difficult.
As a coach, my job is to nurture your best possible performance out of you, not do the work for you. I won’t find someone for you (that’s what a matchmaker does) or fix your relationship for you (that’s what a couples counselor does).
But what I will do is help you dig deep, connect with your inner wisdom, understand what you need to do, and find the courage to put your heart on the line, so that you can achieve the loving relationship you’re destined for.
For interested clients, I offer a specialized form of coaching called energy coaching.
Most of us don’t realize what “vibes” we’re giving off.
Yet we all have a particular energetic signature. It tells people whether you’re available or preoccupied, present or distant, upbeat or down.
Our energy shifts based on our mood and what we’re experiencing at that moment, but you can learn to train yourself to send out the right vibes to attract a potential partner.
It all starts with how you’re feeling inside.
Human beings are amazing observers. For thousands of years, our safety relied on knowing instantly whether someone was a potential friend, foe, or mate. We can size someone up in a fraction of a second. We instantly know whether we’d like to get to know that person romantically or whether there’s no chemistry at all.
That’s why you shouldn’t waste time memorizing conversational topics, practicing dating etiquette, or trying to convince anyone to go out with you.
Instead, take advantage of the most powerful window you’ve got:
That split second before the other person looks away.
Contact me for more information.
You might qualify for a free no-obligation 20-minute consultation if you let me know (1) what you’re hoping for from our coaching relationship, and (2) a brief summary of your situation.