Coaching is not counseling nor therapy
We are working from the assumption that you are healthy, stable individuals whose marriage isn’t broken, so much as it just needs a little help getting past an obstacle, or out of a rut, or you just need to enhance a marriage skill, like communication. There is no judgement, no condemnation, and I have seen or heard of just about every hurdle in marriage over the last few years of blogging and coaching couples. At every step along the way, my goal will be to set you up to have the best chance to succeed, to grow into the thriving marriage I know God wants you to have.
Everyone has hurdles in their marriage at some point
Most of us aren’t born with expert communication, or raised being taught about the finer points of married sexuality. Despite the Bible’s assurances that sex is a good, godly activity for a married couple to participate in, it can be daunting to go to someone in your community for help. It can be frightening just to consider sitting in front of someone, even your spouse, and talk about sex.
The goal in coaching is to create a safe space for couples, or individual spouses if necessary, to come and discuss, share their struggles, and work together to find solutions.
An initial hour long consultation costs you nothing but your time investing in your marriage. If you decide coaching is not right for you at this time, no problem, I’ll be here when you’re ready. In the mean time, you can work through the hundreds of posts we have on the topic of marriage, and if you haven’t already, I suggest subscribing to get new posts delivered to your inbox.