Case Study: Coaching for Relationships


After eight years of marriage, my clients were not effectively communicating with each other. They fought about everything – from big decisions like buying a new house, to daily activities such as child-care down to little things including how to load the dishwasher. He would internalize while she was expressive. When they argued he would pacify her during the argument; she would stop and when nothing changed the next disagreement would become explosive. Meanwhile, she stacked everything he did wrong counting it against him as another reason they were not compatible. He started to see her as a nag and she saw him as  self absorbed. Communication was congenial and logistical (where should we meet, kids have practice, etc.) but there was no connection and zero intimacy. Although they knew there was love in the relationship it had been lost in translation. Click here to Download Case Study