Blog: Relationship Coaching
Do you feel that you put in all the work in the relationship, such as initiating dates and planning nice things to do and that the other person is not ‘pulling their weight’? Read on to see whether it may be you that is causing the imbalance.
Just because you’re dating someone with anxiety doesn’t mean your relationship has to suffer in the anxiety bubble forever. There are a number of ways to help alleviate tension and anxious thoughts to ensure your relationship continues to grow and blossom despite the mental health challenges your partner may be facing.
In this article, I’ve outlined some helpful ways to gently end a relationship. It must be said that no breakup is easy when it concerns someone you love and it’s impossible to control the emotions of another, but our advice ensures that the way you break up with someone is empathetic and respectful.
The importance of celebrations can be attributed to bringing people together, eliciting a sense of connection with those around you but also boosting your mental health.
The Vida Consultancy offers its expertise on what makes a healthy relationship and signs to look out for in an unhealthy relationship.
In relationships there may be misunderstandings, uncertainties, discussions, disagreements, painful compromises and so on. You find yourself in a state of not-knowing and turn to Google for answers, or your friends and family. However well-meaning they are, they are not very often your best source of advice.
Do you look around and see friends in your circle who are a bit of a love magnet, but for some reason despite everyone telling you how attractive and wonderful you are, it isn’t happening? As a relationship expert, I’m often asked what isn’t working, or what else can could I do?