Ditch the baggage that’s keeping your dating and relationships stuck (or non-existent).
A handsome man in his 40s hops on the train for his evening commute home. He’s smart, successful, and he’s had his share of life experiences – good and bad – just like you. He’s a catch, but he struggles with where to meet the kind of woman he’s looking for. (RED ALERT: YOU are the woman he is looking for!!!)
He whips out his phone, opens Bumble and starts swiping. Photos catch his eye, sure. But this man isn’t new to the relationship game, and he knows that looks can only go so far. He wants to feel connection, intimacy, and to build a life with a woman he really cares about.
And yet, while swiping, he often feels disappointed. Not because there aren’t a number of attractive women who seem like they have interesting lives; no, it’s because he can feel through their words that the women he’s interested in have been burned and they are carrying leftover baggage.
Women he finds attractive may come across as super positive, but just by reading a few lines, he doesn’t exactly know what it is, but something feels off. They seem angry, or entitled, or scared.
“I’m not here to hook up.”
“If you aren’t willing to send the first message, we’re not a match.”
“You are financially secure.”
Why can’t he find a woman that is really ready to start fresh? To know that every man isn’t her ex, and to be available enough to open herself to him? Where are the women who experience their feelings as feelings and not as deliverables?
You are who he is looking for. And you so badly want to be open to a new relationship, but the truth is, there are some things holding you back.
- Like not wanting to lose yourself like you did last time.
- Like feeling afraid to get hurt and have your heart broken again.
- Like not being sure where to even start.
- Like not having fully let go of that past relationship yet.
How can you use your baggage to fuel your next relationship, instead of sabotage it?
You know you want a relationship again. If you met the right guy, you’d totally be up for it. You know you want to find love. And, you know you want to to do it differently this time.
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.
Hi, I’m Rachel, a relationship-readiness coach. I work with independent women who feel like finding companionship and intimacy is impossible without giving up lives they love. You don’t have the time, the energy, or the patience to date, but really, you’re scared that you’ll repeat the same patterns and lose yourself in a relationship all over again. I teach you to own who you are and what you want so you can feel ready to find the right amount of space in your life to share with a guy who gets you.
It’s time to make your baggage work for you.
As a result of this coaching program, you will…
- Get clear on what’s in the way of you moving forward into dating and relationships.
- Learn a powerful tool to start shifting your thoughts and feelings about your baggage – and to keep you from acquiring more of it!
- Transform your baggage into desire for what you want and the ability to have it.
- Have the words to convey that you’ve let your stuff go – this will come through in your dating profile and with men you meet elsewhere.
From Checked to Carry On
This package includes:
You’ll get to lay your (not-carry-on-sized) bag on the table, and take an inventory of what’s in it. You’ll answer questions about your previous relationships and what’s still lingering from them.
In one, 90-minute coaching session, using your Baggage Inventory as a guide for our conversation, we’ll identify the parts of dating and relationship that feel heavy for you. I’ll teach you a tool to have them feel lighter (even if you aren’t ready to leave them completely behind), and we’ll look at transforming the very real impact your previous relationships have had on you into fuel for what you want in a relationship now.
“Does it fit in a carry on?” Experiment
You’ll receive a customized experiment at the end of our session to practice your new skills. You’ll try it out in the real world over 7 days. We’ll have a 30 minute call to check in a week later to see what you’ve learned and look at how you want to continue to integrate it into having the relationship you want.
“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.”
“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’.”
You can have it.
You can finally move forward to have the relationship that you truly want. I can help you lighten the load of emotional baggage so you feel ready to start.
Ready to move towards finding the relationship you want? Let’s do it! Here’s how to get started.
Step 1: Make your payment here.
Step 2: Book your first session.
Step 3: Within 24 hours of making your payment & appointment, you’ll receive an email with a link to download your Baggage Inventory worksheet.
Step 4: You’ll return your completed Baggage Inventory worksheet to me 48 hours prior to our session.
Step 5: We’ll hold your sessions and get you feeling clearer and lighter so you’re ready to start towards that relationship you want.
Have questions? Email me.
What Clients Are Saying
“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