Understanding the Role of Professional Relationship Coaching
Sometimes, a relationship end up traumatic that some people have difficulty overcoming their previous relationship and this is when they look for a relationship coach or popularly referred to as a dating coach to help them achieve their personal and relationship goals. In 1995, the personal and life coaching has evolved into a profession with training standards and certification requisites and methodologies.
In 2015, studies showed that 44% of US adults are single and 27% of adults live alone, and if this trend will not be properly and immediately addressed, the single trend will continue until the percentage of singles will dominate the rest of the country. This is where a relationship coach can help singles rebuild their relationship with others and, at the same time, changing their mind-sets on being singles and not be affected by people stereotyping them.
In the dictionary of a relationship coach, singles are categorically typed with a specific description, and these are: temporarily single, who is actively seeking a partner and in between relationships; recently divorced/widowed, who are recovering from the loss and not ready for a relationship; frustrated single, who wants a partner but unable to find one and is about to give up; passive single, who wants a relationship but not actively seeking a partner; single but not available, who has the self-perception of being single and desires a lasting relationship; busy/distracted single, who is absorbed being a single parent, career, school, etc. and doesn’t have time or desire for partner; and single by choice, who has no desire for a partner since being single is a conscious permanent lifestyle choice for many reasons. A relationship coach will require special skills and strategies to effectively coach each type of single, since each has their own developmental goals, needs and challenges.
On the other hand, relationship coaches, being professionally trained to work on each type, can make the following approaches: provide personal, one-on-one coaching or group seminars or weekend workshops; one-on-one coaching, includes mock dating, practice flirting; guides on the art of conversation, pick up lines, how to dress, appropriate forms of touch, the science of love; other specific approaches that may improve the dating prospects, such as online dating, email conversations or chat conversations, professional photo shoots, etc. Singles should not be confused a matchmaker from a relationship or dating coach, since matchmakers arrange dates for their clients, while a relationship coach will coach their clients to find their own dates.
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