Covid-19 is having a global impact on everybody’s life and at such times of global crisis, different personality and coping types become apparent. It is also a time that is best for assessing our interpersonal relationships.
The team at Vida are committed to the wellbeing of our members and staff. We take pride in delivering an exceptional level of customer service and tailoring membership to meet the individual needs of each client. In line with our values we will offer as much flexibility as possible to include video meetings, extended hold […]
Got a great babysitter or found a fabulous PT? We all need to outsource at one time or another and you can't do everything yourself. So why should romance be any different?
What if sharing how you feel about someone actually enhances your chances of a relationship forming? If you think anything emotional is cringe-worthy, I would like to invite you to consider sharing the odd feeling and seeing what happens.
Do you struggle to express your emotions to your partner? Or perhaps your partner is a bit slow on the uptake when it comes to reading your mood? Perhaps one or both of you need to take a little time to better understand the importance of emotional intelligence. It could work wonders for your relationship in the long run!
We all have our own unique coping mechanisms to deal with the various pressures, but sometimes they can actually weaken over time. Our resilience reduces and we find ourselves struggling to cope. This can also extend to our dating lives. But how can you tell if you could do with some date coaching?
It’s inevitable that in January we all think, "ok this year I’m going to do this or that to improve various aspects of my life, whether it is my dating landscape, career, fitness or well-being". The big question is will it last beyond January? My team at Vida are all about supporting your relationship goals, so I was curious to understand how coaching can also help to contribute. Recently I sat down with Martin Turner – Mutatio Coach for an inspirational chat about setting goals.
He tried to be a little too funny, a little too outrageous, and accidentally went over the line. But can’t it happen to the best of us? You tell yourself 'No, I would never make that mistake"