A healthy relationship requires the appropriate interpersonal skills and attitudes to build and maintain a lasting connection (Nelson-Jones, 2006).
Yet we all know it’s not always easy! The situations we find ourselves in can be challenging, influencing how we think, feel, and behave: we stop sharing with, listening to, and understanding those we care about.
A relationship coach can help individuals identify areas of interpersonal awareness and growth and improve their relationship mindset and abilities (Ives, 2012).
In this article, we explore relationship coaching and offer valuable tools to support the coach as they foster their client’s personal development in improving relationships.
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