Passionate Loving Relationship Opportunity

January 14, 2014

 “Happiness [is] Only Real When Shared”           

                                  ― Jon KrakauerInto the Wild

Are you a couple that would like to increase the success of your relationship?

With my word for the year being Relationships, it is apropos for me to share this incredible program by my friend and colleague, Valerie Lipstein.

Having counseled couples for many years, I see this is exactly what I was looking for to support my clients.

You will intuitively know if this is right for you!

The statistics on first marriages ending in the US is very telling…..50% end in divorce. Yet it’s worse for second and third marriages (67% and 72% respectively!)

It’s obvious that people are challenged in relationships and often feel alone and unsupported (This applies to those who are unmarried as well).

What about the other 50% of the couples who stay in first time marriages? Some people who stay in unhappy, unfulfilling relationships do it for the children or for security or a number of others reasons.

Valerie Lipstein, the CEO of Inspired Living Now, a coaching and consulting business is committed to supporting couples thrive personally and professionally.

She knows firsthand how horrible this feels and how it impacts everything in your life when your relationship is rocky. She and her husband of 33 years have experienced difficult times and almost “gave up” until they made a commitment to live and love courageously.

They have created the Courageous Loving Program to support couples and incorporates what they did in their own marriage and many other practical strategies with proven results. Valerie’s husband, Michael, is a psychotherapist specializing in working with couples. Their approach combines proven methods from counseling and coaching modalities.

Check it out and let me know what you think!

5 Comments on “Passionate Loving Relationship Opportunity”

  1. juliejs says:

    This sounds very interesting. I have been hearing lately that divorce rates now are actually at the lowest rate since the early 70’s. It might not be because of courage, though, but financial necessity. Even more reason to listen to the wisdom in this program.

    Enjoy your day as I enjoyed my visit from the Ultimate Blog Challenge!

    • I hope it is true that couples are working more to stay together. Often what I see though is an alternative to divorce is an affair. Once people understand that transforming through the difficult times leaves each person so much happier.

  2. Off late counselling and courses moving people towards healthier relationships are picking up. And yes I feel they do help..


  3. I think it’s important to look in the mirror first regarding relationships with others.

    Addressing and healing those issues that need to be transformed, so they aren’t repeated verbatim in another relationship, so we can BRING IN the best of ourselves to the relationship.
    We all know what it’s like to live the movie, Groundhog Day, over and over….

    The other thing that stands out is paying attention to the other person’s gifts to learn from them as often we are teachers for one another. This is always surprising, is gift, and playful–yes, playful! It doesn’t have to be all hard work! My husband has the gift of “showing up” for me. I love and appreciate the constancy of that stance in relationship and he feels valued since I appreciate the gift of presence.

    I agree finding some great transformation tools is very helpful for healthier relationships.

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