Charleston, SC (PressExposure) November 16, 2006 -- Terry and Jimmy had already gone through their churchâs program to save their marriage, and had already filed and signed divorce papers when Jimmy wanted to try one more thing -- Relationship Coaching.
Why would someone like Jimmy want to try Relationship Coaching? Glenn Cohen, of âI-TO-WEâ in Charleston explains it like this. When people make the life-altering decision to follow a career path, there is a built-in structure. People who want to become accountants, for example, make a commitment to study books and other materials to gain awareness of the intricacies of their field. They then find a job and receive a manual to learn the specific skills. Finally, they are trained in the techniques to be successful accountants.
For another life-altering decision, marriage, there is no path, though, so Cohen provides one. As a relationship coach, he teaches clients to gain awareness of themselves and their relationshipâs dynamics. They then learn the skills essential for success in all areas of their relationships. Finally, they practice the techniques to give them the best chance for success in those relationships.
Jimmy and Terry traveled down Cohenâs path. âGlenn gave us real hands-on, nuts-and-bolts skills to use for communication; we desperately needed these tools,â Terry says. âAfter working with him for a few months, it seemed like our relationship just might have a chance after all.â It turns out that they reconciled and went on a second honeymoon. Cohen claims that if more couples work through his program, the divorce rate would definitely shrink.
Glenn coaches clients from all over the country via telephone and the internet. Contact him at 843-852-9828 or visit the website [http://www.glenncohen.org].