The very nature of being alive means that we are in relationship with everything. Healthy, fulfilling relationships don’t just happen. For them to thrive, individuals must be willing to focus their attention first on themselves and their internal world in order to be effective in their relationships with others. This involves ongoing effort, the investment of time, self-honesty, sober communication, the willingness to shift and grow and a level of self-respect.
The cornerstone for thriving relationships with others, whether it’s our partners, parents, children, friends, co-workers or a stranger is founded upon the quality of our self-relationship. The more capable we are at taking care of ourselves, the more we can offer to our relationships with others.
It is our responsibility to ensure we care for our own needs, which are equally as important as those of others. In fact, if each individual is ensuring their needs are met, all their relationships are more likely to thrive because they are built by satisfied, fulfilled individuals. Not caring for our needs makes us feel deficient, lacking and empty. We become dependent on others to fill the emptiness. This is a recipe for disaster. It is the primary cause of dysfunction in any relationship.
Our approach is to empower you to create happy healthy relationships with everything in your life. Creating empowered relationships requires you to take responsibility for your part in the relationship. This involves healing and letting go of the past, establishing personal and co-operative goals, engaging with clear, open-hearted communication and supporting personal growth.
We provide a safe and caring environment, with results-oriented and highly effective coaching, guidance and support. We work with individuals who want to nurture their relationship with themselves and how they engage with others, or couples who want to thrive together.