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6 Unbelievable benefits of having a relationship coach

benefits of relationship coaching

People have had coaches in their life for years. But unfortunately, people think coaches are only for athletes who need the motivation to perform well in their respective fields. But that’s not true. A coach can enthuse one with motivation in absolutely any walk of their lives. Career and sports are not the only areas where one needs a relationship coach. Although, there’s no reason why our relationships should not have a coach. If only we all understood the true benefits of having a relationship coach.

Our relationships, much like all other areas of our lives, also require a gentle push to reach the next level. Everything might be already good, but did you know it can be better? One of the primary benefits of having a relationship coach is that you will explore those parts of your partner that you didn’t even know existed.

As a certified relationship coach myself, I often have clients come in for relationship coaching, not just as a couple, but as individuals who want to work on their problem areas. It could be anything, like their lack of emotional attachment with their partner, commitment phobia, insecurity, trust issues, or anything else they feel they should individually work upon for the sake of a stronger relationship. You’ll be surprised at the kind of benefits of having a relationship coach if you haven’t worked with one before.

Benefits of Having a Relationship Coach 

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Having a coach can have a multitude of benefits on one’s life. Take a look at some of them.

1. Overcoming deep-rooted fears

We all come from different households, watching different kinds of relationships at home. Subconsciously, we all garner some fears that lay deep-rooted within our hearts and minds. But we don’t even realize when these unresolved fears affect our current relationships. The effects of these could even lead to some of the worst outcomes like the breaking of a relationship. But one of the top benefits of having a relationship coach is overcoming such deep-rooted fears, so you can freely move forward in your relationships.

2. Improving communication

There are a lot of things that we fear saying in front of our partners because we worry it will upset them or make them angry. Did you know that one of the top benefits of having a relationship coach is improving the level of communication between you two? With a coach, you will be able to express how you can set goals to communicate better, and how you can do it without offending or upsetting each other. Pretty soon, you will not need a coach anymore. It’ll become a mechanical process and there remains a comfort zone to express better forever.

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3. Boosted Intimacy

What is a relationship without intimacy? And this means all kinds of intimacies- physical, sexual, intellectual, spiritual, and the rest. By working with a relationship coach, you will be able to rework and boost the intimacy between the two of you. It’ll change your perspectives on how you should respect each other’s likes and dislikes, thus improving the intimacy between you.

To understand intimacy better, you can go through my series of articles on intimacy where I talk about the 10 types of intimacy, 50 questions that help build intimacy, and 8 habits to build emotional intimacy in relationships.

4. Working on toxic behavioral patterns

Sometimes, our relationship gets caught up in fights caused by toxic behavioral patterns. But working on these behavioral patterns that are causes of conflict is one of the most significant benefits of having a relationship coach. A coach will work with you as a couple or as an individual, find the patterns, and work with you to overcome these patterns. Eventually, you and your relationship would have left these toxic behaviors behind over time.

Suggested Read: Are you in a toxic relationship? 12 Signs and Solutions! 

benefits of having a relationship coach

5. Understanding self and your partner better

Even if you feel like you are in control of all your relationship problems, sometimes, you need an intervention from an expert. You don’t want such issues to leave a long-lasting negative effect on you, on either of you! But by setting goals and keeping your relationship a priority, you will be able to explore and understand each other and yourself much better than before.

6. Making one self-sufficient to resolve issues

It is possible you understood the benefits of having a relationship coach in your life and worked with one. During this process, you must have overcome some small or big relationship issues. But during the process, you will feel so strengthened together, that you will be self-sufficient enough to handle all future issues that come your way. There will already be a structure that helped you evolve from your previous issues, now you are independent enough to handle whatever else comes your way, without the need of a coach.

If you want to reap the benefits of having a relationship coach, you can book a coaching session with me here. I offer you a discovery call where we will understand your issue, and then create a plan on how many sessions we need to work together on your problems, and how! This journey will be a transformational one, and that is a guarantee, much like the benefits of having a relationship coach I’ve listed here.

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Hemali Adhiya

Hemali Adhiya is the co-founder and author of the e-magazine Love Smitten. Alongside writing and editing for several other websites, she hosts a YouTube Channel- Total Angrezi. Traveling is her way to unwind, and she loves recording these experiences!

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