A Relationship Assessment helps you understand that...
- Relationship troubles are not a sign of failure or a predictor of the end. Nor are they uncommon.
- Relationships are designed to grow us up and out of ourselves into a larger capacity for love. And like all growth, it can involve growing pains.
- Relationships end because one or both partners are facing a growth step they either cannot or will not make. We will talk about the many ways those growth steps show up.
- it’s almost impossible for you to know what your relationship needs from you. You’re too close.
If You Would Like to Know...
- the nature of the obstacles you’re facing
- the reasons behind the painful dynamics between you
- the impact of childhood behaviors you may have brought to your marriage
- your power imbalances
- your personality styles
- the way you manage your relationship roles
- approximately how long and what it will take to create a relationship worth having
- so you can decide if it’s worth your effort…
I will also provide you with a fair amount of relationship research so you leave with some actual tools as well as important information.
How It Works
In this single 90-minute session, I will tell you where your relationship is stuck.
I can also tell you approximately how long it will take and what it will require of you, to turn things around. Then you get to decide if you want to. This information is invaluable if you want to stay together and even more valuable if you’re not sure.
Many times the wall we hit is a personal growth or life challenge. If we don’t deal with it in this relationship it will show up in another. Those growth challenges don’t just go away. They wait patiently for another opportunity. It could be that working through them right where you are is the best choice for you. An Assessment will help you know. Please know that you are not bad, wrong, or a failure because there is conflict in your relationship. You are actually brilliant to realize you might be able to use it for good.
Come with a curious heart and let’s see what’s going on.