There are very few relationships that breeze by without any problems. In fact, several relationships experience frequent and sometimes severe issues that can jeopardize the future of that particular relationship. If you find yourself in an unhappy or unfulfilling relationship, or you haven't been able to successfully find that special someone, you may feel you have nowhere to turn. Fortunately, if your goal is to be in a healthy and happy relationship, there are ways to achieve this. A relationship coach from ReMastering Your Life can help you finally find a fulfilling relationship, so you can finally be satisfied.
What is a Relationship Coach?
Not everyone is aware of what a relationship coach is. A relationship coach is not a therapist or counselor. Instead, a relationship coach is a life coach, a mentor, or a guide. They're specially trained in relationships and can help you to have a healthy relationship with another person, even if you're already in a relationship that isn't going so well. A relationship coach has undergone professional training and received certification, enabling them to assist others with getting their lives in order.
How Much Do Relationship Coaches Cost?
The cost of relationship coaches varies, depending on how long a person needs their services, their circumstances, and more. On average, a relationship coach will cost about $150/hour, though some will cost more while others will charge less. You can't judge a relationship coach's abilities simply by their fees because a top-notch coach could charge lower fees, while a mediocre one could charge more. Shop around for the right coach before deciding on one, but don't base it on how much they charge. If you find a coach charging fees so low that it seems too good to be true, it likely is. Remember, you are not paying the coach, per se… instead thing of it as- you are investing in yourself.
How Do You Find a Good Relationship Coach?
It can seem tempting to hire the first relationship coach you come across, but that's not always a good idea. Some coaches are just out of school and lack the experience necessary to do well in the profession. No one wants an amateur experimenting with their lives. If an amateur gives you relationship advice, it could mean the difference between success and failure.
To find good relationship life coaching services, you need to do your research. Feel free to request testimonials and ask how long prospective coaches have been doing their job. An experienced and top-notch coach will have no problem providing you with the information you seek. They will gladly provide you with their credentials, testimonials, and anything else that would help you decide to hire them.
One way to find a good coach is to get recommendations from people you know. Anyone can fabricate testimonials or pay people to give fake positive ones. However, if you receive a recommendation from someone you know or someone a friend or family member knows, you can trust their testimonial over a stranger's.
How Long Does a Person Work with A Relationship Coach?
The length of time a person works with a relationship coach will completely depend on the person, how much help they need, and other factors. Some people may achieve the relationship goals they're looking to achieve very quickly and could be finished in three to six months. However, other people may need their relationship coach for a longer length of time. In fact, some people opt to have a relationship coach on standby throughout their lives. Again, everyone is different; everyone will have different needs and goals.
Is Hiring a Relationship Coach Worth It?
Before most people contemplating hiring a relationship coach take the plunge and hire someone, most of them wonder if hiring someone to assist them with relationships would be worth it. Of course, no one wants to throw away money, and a relationship coach certainly isn't a therapist or a substitute for one. However, out of the majority of people who have hired relationship coaches, nearly all of them felt like they had made a good investment. Many reported that they had never been able to have healthy relationships before working with their coach, and now they're involved in happy relationships.
Hiring a relationship coach is like making an investment; instead of investing in gold or the stock market, you're investing in yourself. You are the gold!
Tips For Having a Great Experience with A Life Coach
Once you find a relationship coach that you would like to work with, there are some things that you need to keep in mind. First, you can't expect the coach to work miracles, as you need to do your part. You're paying someone to coach you, so you should follow their advice. Refrain from second-guessing the coach's advice because you wouldn't need coaching if your relationship skills were excellent.
So, trust your coach and do what you can to implement what the coach tells you. If you genuinely disagree with something, discuss it with your coach before blatantly refusing to do what was recommended. Your coach may not have all the information necessary to make such a recommendation. Also, don't sit back and expect your coach to magically transform your life and relationships. Be active in your plan!
Unfortunately, not everyone is born knowing how to have the perfect relationship, whether it's a romantic relationship, friendship, or relative. Many of us come from various backgrounds where we were raised in “toxic” traits and that is not your fault. It was an opportunity for self-growth. If you haven't been lucky in relationships, consider hiring a relationship coach. Don't allow life to pass you by while you sit back and wallow in self-pity over one failed relationship after another. ReMastering Your Life can assist you with remastering yours. Book online or reach out to them today to schedule a session. Once you start working with them, you will wish you had invested in your life much sooner.