How Can You Have a Healthy Relationship?
Dating does not have to be complicated and everyone is capable of having a healthy relationship. Healthy relationships are the gateway to helping us expand and grow. Everyone deserves to be in a healthy relationship. But it takes commitment, understand, and effort.
What Does Elizabeth know about Dating/Relationships that I Don't?
Elizabeth has learned a lot about what works and doesn't work in relationships. She has watched as generations in her family have successfully created long-lasting marriages. She has listened to their golden nuggets about healthy relationships. She has been single, married, and a single parent. Often the go-to resource for family and friends as they navigated relationships, Elizabeth helped many individuals struggling with dating challenges before becoming a professional relationship coach.
Is This Just Another Self-Help Book with the Same Ole' Advice?
Nope. This book includes a condensed compilation of the research of top relationship experts, along with Elizabeth's practical interpretations. Using an easy to read format, Elizabeth offers handy advice applicable in any relationship. She prepares you for finding, recognizing, and nurturing the relationship that is right for you.
Elizabeth is a relationship coach. Her career evolved after years of studying relationship dynamics. Her philosophy is that relationships take focused effort. Finding the right person is one of the most important decisions in life and should be attended to with attention and care. In her coaching practice, Elizabeth helps her clients prepare for, find, and nurture healthy relationships. She lives in Chicago and is the author of The Relationship Investigator's Fast Guide to Successful Dating.
Kathy, the CEO of Bublish, an amazing platform for writers was brave enough to share her fear and vulnerability around public speaking, and she encouraged the writers who are part of her platform to share their fears too.
It encouraged me to share mine as well.
I've had an intense fear of becoming a writer for a long time. I wasn't sure if what I had to share with others was of value, or if it would make a difference in other lives.
Luckily, I was encouraged repeatedly by others to share my experiences and insights about relationships and to write about them. I'm not sure what happens when I move in my space of writing, but there is a peace and comfort I feel that is undeniable.
And when I'm advising, writing, or talking about anything interpersonal or relational specifically relating to relationships I feel engaged, alive and completely in tune with the experience.
It's like I can't learn enough about the subject! And I want us to get it right when it comes to our relationship. I believe that everyone has a shot at having a meaningful and loving relationship.
Even though there are naysayers along the way, those voices that keep encouraging my journey to help me to conquer my fear of feeling that my voice matters.
Love You and He Will Too: A Smart Woman's Roadmap for Happy, Healthy Relationships
There is tremendous social pressure to present yourself at your best at all times to capture the ideal love. This has created an atmosphere in which you must constantly look to up your game, get the best person possible, consider all of your options, and keep up with the latest in relationship advice. All this does is lead you away from the basics of getting the relationship you want. This may lead you to look for unrealistic relationships, sometimes causing you to get involved in unhealthy relationships, and possibly to settle for situations in which you are not truly happy.