Jul 6, 2021
If you’ve never had a coach except in school sports, then counseling is probably your point of reference for what you think of when you picture any conversation with a professional for help with your relationship. That’s all any of us had for a long time. Whether it was through your place of worship or a professional counselor who had a particular education, marriage counseling was all there was for decades.
Today, both relationship coaching and relationship counseling are presented as options for improving your life and your relationship. So how different could they be?
If you’ve already been to marriage counseling as so many people have, and that didn’t work, why would coaching be any better? But relationship coaching is very, very different.
Today I’m sharing 3 myths that women are surprised to find are just not true when they get relationship coaching on our campus.