The International Authority for Professional Coaching & Mentoring (IAPC&M) and Why I ONLY Support this Coaching Accreditation Body Coaching, counseling or therapy are complex processes that are provided as services offered by human-beings with their own personalities, strengths, weaknesses, overall experiences and skills. How does this serve the public well? Indeed, coaching or counseling a…

Renowned author Nathaniel Branden has exquisitely articulated the various aspects of love in this book. He gracefully defines love and why it is born, grows, and sometimes dies. We recommend this book to all couples wanting to deepen their knowledge of love. As human beings, many of us wonder how romantic love evolves. There is…

Intersubjectivity has become a topic of considerable interest among psychoanalysts, psychologists, therapists and advanced professional coaches. In its most basic sense the term intersubjectivity refers to the interaction between two subjects: self and other. It is mostly used in a therapist-client or coach-client context but is particularly useful to look at when working with couples in a…

The attachment theory explains how we behave and react in relationships. According to attachment theory, our relationships with our primary caregivers during early childhood has an impact on our relationships as adults, it also affects our loving relationship. An anxious attachment style is one of the insecure attachment styles, but don’t make yourself wrong that…

Our attachment to our parents or primary caregivers in our initial infancy years of life shows the importance of having a strong, secure emotional and physical bond with our parents or primary caregivers. There is now a lot of evidence to support the validity of Attachment Theory and how our early years affect our ability…

An attachment style is how an individual relates to other people. Our attachment styles are developed during the initial stages of our life. They are established during infancy with our primary caregivers. However, the style of attachment we develop as a child will stay with us all throughout our life unless we become aware of…

An attachment style is the specific way in which we relate to others in relationships. Attachment styles are very powerful and strongly define how we respond emotionally to others. People differ in their attachment styles based on their early interactions with their primary caregivers, usually their biological mother and father. The attachment theory was introduced…

Commitment makes the difference in a loving relationship, because loving relationships are not easy. The story that Hollywood has sold us is not real. Loving relationships open us up in a way that is beautiful, but at the same time this openness also presents a new challenge, we are exposed and very vulnerable to being…

← Read or Listen to our Loves Hidden Policy Articles Superficial Love As a professional relationship/couples coach I am often helping or teaching others to love each other more, but often not intellectually with goals, as you might think as a coach. The human ego lives in a state of wanting to ‘get more, and…

← Read or Listen to our Loves Hidden Policy Articles A loving relationship is key to keeping your daily emotional and mental health intact, more so than many studies anticipated before. To be in a loving relationship with someone and envision a future together, even if a little anxious or nervous in the early stages,…

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