“The grass is always greener on the other side,” the old saying goes, implying that we may never be satisfied with our current situation. Is that actually true?
Instead of wondering what could be better, we suggest doing the opposite: view your relationship with rose-colored glasses.
Try to imbue as much positivity into your relationship as you can, which helps to form what we call the positive perspective. Cherish your partner and what you both have together. That kind of upbeat view on things will make handling any negativity in your relationship much easier.
That doesn’t mean you won’t experience tough times between you and your partner, but if you remind yourself of what you have that’s good, that will help you not to get hung up on the tough stuff.
Remember, the grass isn’t greener somewhere else. The grass is greener where you water it.
Couples Relationship session following completion of Gottman Relationship Assessment Tool. (60 – 90 min) The Relationship Tool Questionnaire will be sent directly to each person separately from The Gottman Institute; the cost is included in this package.
It’s possible to evaluate your relationship to recognize areas for improvement, as well as recognize areas of strength!
Couples Relationship Coaching (60 – 90 min): We are hard wired to attach through relationships, attachment with others is innate. The main reason that people seek sessions are related to problems with relationships. Such problems might arise at home, at work, or they might appear as a general feeling of not fitting in. Relationships are all around us, relationship with others not only intimately.
Transformational coaching develops a working relationship in “creating a future”, rather than “getting over” the past. Trained as a psychotherapist I’ve come to find a more fulfilling approach to helping others through the practice of “Transformational Life Coaching”. Online, telephone or in person.
Learn more at: https://www.ConciergeOnlineCoach.com/
Cheryl Wheeler, MA *only providing Life Coaching Services. Please note coaching sessions are not to be considered psychotherapy in nature, and are not appropriate for Serious Mental Health Illness’.