(PRWEB) January 13, 2005
Over 50 % of North American marriages donÂt last either, but most couples do nothing until it is too late. Divorce is far less serious for the famous couple, says relationship coach and author, Allie Ochs. There are no children involved. Brad and JenniferÂs lifestyles do not change nor does their individual net-worth. Their wealth provides a tremendous comfort in the midst of break-up and admirers are already lined up for the gorgeous pair.
The Pitts will be okay, but for the rest of us divorce has far-reaching consequences. The majority of divorcees suffer emotionally, mentally, financially and physically. Then why do we simply witness our relationships deteriorating instead of resorting to a relationship coach? The answers are manifold, observes Allie Ochs:
Â·We prefer to seek advice from friends who take our side
Â·We want our partner to change
Â·Doing nothing is easier
Â·We are too busy
Â·We donÂt know what a coach does or how to find one
Â·We are afraid a coach would ask us to change our behavior or attitude
Asking a relationship coach for help is the best thing couples can do to prevent divorce. A quality coach can assess the real problem and guide a couple into an objective direction that works for both partners. There are many experienced coaches with instant, confidential phone or e-mail access available. Good coaches are personal, non-confrontational but ethical. They truly help turn a relationship around, even when only one partner opts for coaching. A good coach gets to the point without sugar-coating and achieves results. E-mail and phone coaching alone or combined, although not new, is still an under-utilized service with huge benefits:
Â·Instant help and possible divorce prevention
Â·Avoiding long waiting lists for an appointment
Â·Ongoing support when you need it
Â·Quality help you can dial up
Â·No office visits
Â·Someone experienced to talk or e-mail to on your terms
Every relationship in trouble or on the verge of break-up deserves the help of a coach without delay, says Allie Ochs. We know that the grass is not greener on the other side, so get a coach and fertilize your own lawn!
For relationship coaching online, by phone or in person (within the Niagara Region, Ontario Canada) with Allie visit: http://www.fit2love.com or email:firstname.lastname@example.org. Order AllieÂs book ÂAre You Fit To Love?Â at http://www.fit2love.com or from Amazon.
Allie is available and will cooperate for live and phone interviews. She has media experience and will accept interviews for guest cancellations. Contact Allie email@example.com or http://www.fit2love.com for JPEG images of her book cover and self-portrait.
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