Let’s face it: it’s cold outside, and having someone to snuggle up with so you don’t have to turn the heat up so high or wear so many damn layers would be awesome.
You don’t feel lonely often, but you notice it on chilly nights like this when you have a few hours in your busy schedule that aren’t already spoken for with work, kids, the gym, or spending time with your girlfriends.
You know you want a relationship, but you don’t really even know where to begin to find the right one. You’ve tried online dating and felt really discouraged, if not downright disgusted. You’ve tried randomly running into gorgeous men at the grocery store, but apparently they don’t shop during the same hours you do. You know you’re going to be selective about the next relationship you have, but how can you do it if you can’t even cross paths with one potential good fit?
But you know you’re ready to put yourself back out there.
You’re ready to have companionship and intimacy in your life again. You want someone to cuddle with, have fun with, and who you can trust with the most vulnerable parts of yourself. You’re hoping for love.
You’re ready to take the lessons you learned in your last relationship and know that you won’t make the same mistakes again. You’re excited to be emotionally available for a relationship where you stay true to yourself. You’re ready to let down your walls and share part of your life with a man who understands that there’s more to it than just him.
Just because you’re ready doesn’t mean you have to do it alone.
I’m a relationship-readiness coach for independent women who feel like finding companionship and intimacy is impossible without giving up lives they love. They don’t have the time, the energy, or the patience to date, but really, they’re scared that they’ll repeat the same patterns and lose themselves in a relationship all over again. I teach my clients to own who they are and what they want so they can feel ready to find the right amount of space in their lives to share with a guy who gets them.
Easy and straightforward steps equal steady progress.
As a result of this coaching program, you will…
- Get clear about exactly what you’re looking for in a man and in a relationship
- Have a right-sized plan for you for how you’re going to meet people
- Break through your stories around dating that keep you discouraged and feeling disempowered
- Identify the habits that keep you from having what you want, and learn what to do instead
- Learn the key phrases to use – on yourself AND with a guy – to get a relationship off to the right start when you do meet someone that feels right.
This package includes:
The Love Lists
You’ll get to spill your guts and your mind on everything you’ve ever wanted (and not wanted) in a relationship. You’ll clarify what you want, which will make saying yes and no to individual men that don’t fit infinitely easier!
Diving Into Dating Sessions
In 12, 60-minute coaching sessions, we’ll use your Love Lists as a guide for shaping your dating plan. Along the way, we’ll take the real life questions and issues that come up in the course of putting yourself back out there and work through the sticky spots. We’ll break down the behaviors that aren’t helping you get what you want, and start to look at trying new ways of doing things. This can include everything from writing profiles, approaching men, early communications, and what happens on actual dates. You’ll gain confidence in how to authentically show up and have tools to for how to not let experiences of the past get in the way.
Each week, you’ll receive one customized experiment to practice replacing old habits with a new one that will serve you better. You’ll try it out in the real world over 7 days. We’ll check in each week to see what you’ve learned and look at how you want to continue to integrate it into your dating.
Good Communication Hot Sheet
You’ll also receive a helpful handout of things to say, both to yourself and potential partners, when starting to date or head on your way towards relationship. These communication tools will support you to ensure that you create good initial habits to not lose yourself with a guy. They will also serve as a great filter for guys that will or won’t want you to give up your whole life for them!
Online Dating Profile Review (if applicable)
If you decide to engage in online dating as part of your plan for meeting men, I’ll review and offer feedback on up to two profiles to make sure you’re putting the most true version of who you are and what you’re looking for out there – so that you can attract a great match.
You can have it.
You can finally move forward to have the relationship that you truly want. I can help you to develop the confidence and skills to begin dating again.
Investment: $2877 (or three installments of $1067)
Ready to move towards finding the relationship you want? Let’s do it! Here’s how to get started.
Step 1: Schedule a complimentary, no-obligation consult. You can do that right here.
Step 2: At the scheduled time of your consult, we’ll consult! We’ll use the opportunity to make sure we’re the perfect fit before you commit.
Step 3: Then we’ll get started! If you decide to work with me, I’ll tell you the exact steps for getting started. If you decide not to work with me or if we aren’t a perfect fit, I’m happy to share other resources to help you get what you need.
Have questions? Email me.
What Clients Are Saying
“If you really want to be intentional about your next relationship, you’re going to get change out of working with Rachel. The feedback. The coaching. The honesty and hard questions. As a result of working with Rachel, I’m more self-aware and engaging in what I want from a relationship.”
Jen Hope, Seattle, WA
“She has seen things in me that I refused to see in myself but have been holding me back in ways that are not serving me. She delivers this with loving honesty, in a way that makes me say “Goddammit, she’s right. OUCH. OK, let’s take a baby step…” and then she’s there to nudge me on when I tiptoe a little bit backwards.”
Stephanie Hayes, Squamish, BC, Canada
“You sparked a revolution in my thinking around what’s possible in relationships and though I’m doing it in my own way, taking small steps to be more open and honest about my feelings, needs and wants in relationships, I have taken those steps and it feels good to be on the way to more!
I now think of what I want as much as I think of others; I give myself more permission to think of myself first. The biggest takeaway I got was that I can communicate and ask for what i want and I don’t have to worry about that being ‘reasonable’ or ‘right’.”
Michelle Ayn Tessensohn, Singapore
“Working with Rachel, at first I felt a little vulnerable to be sharing about such a personal topic, but she was a good listener and made me feel comfortable – it was actually fun to work with her. I now feel more confident about communicating my feelings and needs to others, even when they aren’t being asked for.”
C. G., Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania