For starters, I’m so very ordinary. I’m not a “guru” or a “moral authority” trying to shove my beliefs and values down other people’s throats. I’m just a love coach, but one with years of experience, a unique perspective and a sincere desire to be of help.
I’m described as warm, compassionate, empathetic and highly intuitive, someone who listens with both emotion and logic, not easily rattled and unapologetically straightforward. What that means is that you are guaranteed a coaching experience that is not only productive, but also relaxed and in some ways cathartic.
A client once said it’s like having a friend I didn’t know I had. Some of my client-coach relationships have transformed into real good friendships and some have lasted over 10 years.
A Humbling Calling…
Although my academic training is in Psychology, much of my knowledge of relationships comes from personal experiences and from working with people like yourself. I’m blessed to be able to help others not because I’m “better” than the people I help, but because just like them, I am human. I can be strong as a saint, and I can be weak as a sinner.
It may be presumptuous of me to say I can help you, after all, your situation may be very unique and completely different from any other. I understand, respect and appreciate the fact that each and everyone of us is a unique individual with his or her own thoughts, beliefs, experiences and innate resources.
I’ve been privileged to be allowed the opportunity to really experience first hand the internal resources that reside in each and every one of us. Until I had the privilege of working with people of all ages, genders, races, education and cultural back grounds, sexual orientation, very rich and modest income, etc, I had no clue really, no real understanding or appreciation of our common humanity’s diverse perspectives, worldviews, beliefs and relationship experiences.
A big part of what I love about what I do is the honesty and integrity people demonstrate as they discover that they can have the type of relationship they want and need. It is as though they don’t want to know just how much power they have over themselves and the kind of relationship they can have, but as they turn and face the truth it’s not so bad. And then it’s not bad at all. Then it’s really great!
The more they discover what they can do for themselves and for their relationships, the more they want to have a relationship that thrives in the pleasure of just being loved without all the anxiety, fears, mind games and drama that accompanies many of today’s relationships.
To be part of the experience of another person’s struggle to breakthrough to a new and fulfilling way of being, perceiving, feeling and acting is the most exciting and extremely gratifying part of my work. Sometimes I think I get more excited about my client’s love journeys and stories than they do! Watching my clients push through obstacles to create fulfilling relationships is a feeling that can’t be fully expressed in words. It always makes me think to myself “I couldn’t have been anywhere else doing anything else. This is it! It’s that profound.