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If you are transitioning into a committed relationship or marriage, and would like to learn more about how Turning Point Life Coaching can help, click here to CONTACT us to arrange for a complimentary coaching consultation

GETTING MARRIED


LIFE TRANSITIONS

This is where life coaching can help.  Turning Point Life Coaching can support and guide you - or you and your partner - during this transition, or even work with you in preparation for this transition; and, we can help you discover ways to manage these new challenges so you are able to create a successful, fulfilling and enduring relationship.


As exciting and wonderful as it is to fall in love and find a life partner, the process of shifting from single to committed can bring unexpected challenges.  Although relationships can feel truly effortless in the initial  stages, as time goes on, they require more effort. Many times people are unprepared for the adjustments and compromises that may be needed.

                      GETTING MARRIED

(ESTABLISHING A COMMITTED RELATIONSHIP)


When couples make the transition to establishing their commitment and  beginning a  new life together, they  sometimes realize that they hadn't considered many of the issues that can arise in this transition.  Some degree of conflict is inevitable at that point. They may find that they don't share the same dreams, values or even ideas about what they want in their relationship. They now may find that their personal habits and routines are in conflict  with their partner's.  They may find that they  have  different   ideas about  how to manage and share household tasks, how to spend or save money, how to interact with each others' family, and whether or not they want to start a family of their own. The communication strategies that may have worked well for them previously, may be insufficient to address their new challenges.