Relationships are an essential part of our lives.

They have the power to bring immense joy and love, but they can also be the source of tremendous pain and confusion. For those who have survived narcissistic families or toxic relationships, the importance of learning healthy relationship skills cannot be overstated. Even if you are in a loving relationship, it’s essential to develop the skills and tools you need to achieve relationship happiness as a couple.

These skills go beyond just laughing or showing affection. Partners also have to know how to maintain healthy boundaries, and how to strengthen and grow their sense of self within a relationship.

You can’t build a house without a blueprint.

While some of the relationship skills above come naturally to certain individuals, most of us need to actively develop them through practice. You can’t build a house without a blueprint. Yet most of us still try to construct mansions of love in the dark. This is where my 2-month private coaching program comes into focus. Developed specifically for survivors of childhood trauma and narcissists, we work together to develop 3 core relationship skills.

1. Effective Communication

One of the essential ingredients of a healthy relationship is effective communication. Communication is the key to understanding each other’s needs, wants, and desires. However, many couples struggle with communication, particularly in conflict. When couples do not know how to communicate, they may end up feeling unheard, unsupported, and unloved. This can cause resentment, frustration, and ultimately lead to a breakdown in the relationship.

Effective communication involves active listening, expressing oneself clearly, and validating each other’s feelings. Listening involves paying attention to what the other person is saying without interrupting or making assumptions. Expressing oneself clearly involves using “I” statements to convey how you feel without blaming or criticizing the other person. Validating each other’s feelings means acknowledging and accepting the other person’s emotions, even if you don’t agree with them.

Learning effective communication takes time and practice, but with the right tools and guidance, it can be achieved. In my coaching program, couples learn practical communication skills that will help them express themselves more effectively and create a safe space for their partner to do the same.

2. Maintaining Boundaries

Maintaining healthy boundaries is another crucial element of a happy relationship. Boundaries are the parameters that define what is acceptable and unacceptable behavior between partners. When boundaries are not present or are violated, it can lead to unhealthy relationships, codependency, and a loss of sense of self.

Boundaries can be physical, emotional, or intellectual. Physical boundaries refer to personal space, while emotional boundaries refer to the ability to separate one’s emotions from their partner’s emotions. Intellectual boundaries refer to respecting each other’s thoughts and opinions. It is important to note that healthy boundaries are not about controlling the other person but rather about taking responsibility for oneself.

In the coaching program, couples will learn how to identify and communicate their boundaries effectively. They will also learn how to respect each other’s boundaries and work together to maintain a healthy relationship.

3. Strengthening Sense of Self

Lastly, to have a happy relationship, it is crucial to have a strong sense of self. A strong sense of self involves knowing who you are, your values, and your personal boundaries. When you have a strong sense of self, you are less likely to become co-dependent on your partner or lose yourself in the relationship.

A strong sense of self is developed through introspection, self-reflection, and self-care. It involves taking the time to understand oneself, accepting oneself, and investing in one’s personal growth. When both partners have a strong sense of self, they can come together as equals and support each other’s personal development.

In this coaching program, couples learn how to develop a strong sense of self and support each other’s personal growth. They will also learn how to recognize unhealthy patterns that can lead to codependency and work together to develop healthy relationship habits.

Who my program was made for (and who it wasn’t made for).

Let’s be totally honest here, though.  Some people aren’t going to put in the work. Some people aren’t ready to change, they aren’t ready to develop their relationship skills. That’s why my program isn’t for everyone. Relationship Renovator was created for very specific people with very specific relationship goals. When I designed this program it was with the following people in mind:

  • Survivors of narcissistic families who want to create strong relationship identities
  • Women escaping narcissistic partners and relationships
  • People escaping toxic relationship habits and shortcomings
  • Motivated change-seekers who are ready to strengthen their current relationships

These are the people who are ready to change. They are people who are ready to find love and fulfillment. That’s why I have designed my program for them and not for:

  • People who complain without taking action
  • People who are comfortable in their hurt
  • People who are comfortable hurting others
  • People who are comfortable settling for less
  • People who aren’t ready to love themselves

It takes a lot to improve your marriage and your partnership.  If you want a happy-ever-after relationship, then you have to start from the inside out.  Does that sound like you? Are you ready to learn what it really takes to create a love that lasts?

Work with me and learn the skills that have helped me balance a decade-long, forever-after relationship. It won’t happen in a vacuum. You need to take action, and you need to do it now.

Why this action is so important…

Achieving relationship happiness requires active participation and a willingness to learn. Many individuals fall into the trap of being passive in their relationships, hoping that things will get better on their own. However, a happy relationship requires intentional effort, commitment, and continuous growth.

A happy relationship is not based on love alone. It requires skills and tools that help couples navigate various challenges they may encounter in their relationship. Effective communication, maintaining healthy boundaries, and strengthening one’s sense of self are essential skills that partners need to attain a worthwhile relationship. It is important to take action and invest in learning better relationship habits. All of that can be done, but only when you take the initiative.

In my coaching program, I provide a safe and supportive environment where couples can learn and grow together, ultimately building stronger, healthier, and more fulfilling relationships. Apply now to learn more. Spots are limited and *will* get snatched up, so get yourself on the list now for a 2024 that’s filled with the love and belonging you’ve always envisioned.