After my first marriage ended in divorce, I desperately sought out tools to help so I would never had to go through the that type of heartache again. I spent thousands of dollars in therapy, searching for the right tools to perfect my next relationship, and what I found in addition, was my purpose. The purpose to do better for me, my son, and my future husband.
I’ve been married now for over 5 years. Our marriage has come with its own unique sets of challenges, as all marriages do. We’ve had to navigate the US immigration system, racism, job loss and uncertainties, cultural and language differences, struggles to conceive, and welcoming our newborn into the mix.
We have a great marriage.
Is our marriage perfect? No, and that’s not the point.
A great marriage takes intention, effort and both of us working on ourselves as individuals every single day so that we can show up for our marriage and our boys, as our best selves.
It takes a conscious decision every morning to wake up and say “yes, I choose you for another day”. It also takes using the very same tools I teach my clients until they are broken in like your favorite pair of sweatpants from college.
I became a Certified Relationship Coach because I truly believe it’s my God-given purpose. I want to help couples divorce-proof their marriages, whether that means helping couples who are struggling or coaching couples who are just starting out in their journey and know they want an exceptional future.
When I’m not coaching, I love traveling with my husband and boys to anywhere that involves water, reading Harry Potter for the hundredth time and painting.