There is hope. It’s worth the effort to make some changes. Promise.
You thought things would naturally fall into place after marriage, but it just didn’t. You don’t understand why the other couples seem to be so connected emotionally and physically, while you are stuck feeling confused and frustrated. It seems so easy for everyone else. Maybe you can just suffer through this whole intimacy problem. Before you give up completely. Hear me out. We can absolutely do this together. We might even have some fun!
I’ll guide you through the process to uncover what’s currently obstructing the intimacy in your relationship and teach you how to intentionally create the intimacy you’ve always wanted.
I’ve been married almost 20 years. I have a degree in Marriage and Family Studies from BYU. I spent years working as a family Counselor, and I’m a Certified Life Coach, through the Life Coach School. I first learned about Life Coaching because I needed help in my own marriage, and now I want everyone to feel as empowered as I do.
In our home we model a healthy mindset around sexuality for our relationship and for our four boys too.
Sex might be an uncomfortable topic for you right now.
Here’s what I want you to know. It’s perfectly OK, even righteous, to want to enjoy sexual intimacy in your marriage.
This part of your relationship is by divine design and is meant to bring joy and pleasure to your relationship.
I’m going to walk you through the process of learning to be confident and secure in your own bedroom.
I love being a safe place for couples to finally talk about sexual insecurities and anxiety. I can feel the relief they experience when they know they’ve found someone who knows how to help. Someone to listen without judgement.
Many of you face very unique challenges in your sexual relationship, and I am honored to be the one to walk you through it all. I have the best job!
I work remotely, coaching couples all over the world who are ready to finally enjoy intimacy as a connecting part of their relationship.