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Why there is need for relationship advisor? [message #9911] Thu, 22 June 2017 11:18 Go to next message
relationshiptips is currently offline  relationshiptips
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Hello, Friends!
When it's about the relationship and its troubles, we mostly love to take advice from friends and family members. But, Why there is still need of relationship advisor? Why we can't handle the troubles at our own. The reason behind this is taking many advices from different peoples but if we get advised from a relationship advisor's which is practical and better in results and can lead better results in our relationship.
Re: Why there is need for relationship advisor? [message #9939 is a reply to message #9911] Fri, 25 August 2017 08:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
leavesfall is currently offline  leavesfall
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We want to see other point of view and maybe friends faced someday such problem too and they know how to act. And also it's juts complains and when you complain it makes you feel better
Re: Why there is need for relationship advisor? [message #9951 is a reply to message #9911] Fri, 29 September 2017 13:24 Go to previous message
GerardGold is currently offline  GerardGold
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Most people struggle to manage their own relationships, leave alone dive advice to others. Relationship advisors, on the other hand, are professionally involved with hundreds (maybe even thousands) of couples and understand the general dynamics and consequences of certain actions. When you ask advice from a friend, it's like asking him or her what should you do with a toothache. Pull the tooth, have it fixed, or will it settle on its own? How would they know? But somehow when it's about relationships, everyone has an advice.

As a dating coach, I talk to many singles seeking to start a new relationship, which they want to make successful. But the reason why their previous relationships or attempts to have one failed is that they keep making the same errors. This is where a relationship advisor can identify common patterns and work with the client on consciously changing their habits in interacting so that the new connection has a chance to succeed.
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