As a Relationship Coach, one of driving reasons for the work I do is to help couples heal their relationship, rather than see them throw in the towel and walk away from each other.
I am a big believer in perseverance. I feel strongly about making the effort, about fighting for love, and moving away from the disposable thinking that too many people have about their marriage or partnership.
I believe my stand on these things comes from not only being a child from a family of multiple divorces and the chaos that followed, but also from having been divorced myself and then fighting for my next relationship, to get it to the amazing place it is today.
Love can be hard work, and a marriage or long term relationship can be even tougher.
Melding your life with another personís can be fraught with challenges, and yet itís what so many of us yearn to do, and go out of our way to make happen.
An important part of my business is Singles Coaching for this very reason. We want love, we want to get coupled up, we want to have that person in our lives who we adore, who adores us, and who we can live happily ever after with.
Except it doesnít always go that way.
Every day I work with people who feel like the dream has ended. They feel hurt, stuck, frustrated, out of love and ready to walk away. All the love they started out with seems to have faded, life has got in the way, and itís usually only a last ditch effort that brings them to me, to see if their relationship is worth saving.
Most of the time it is. But there are times when my professional opinion is to move on.