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Jeff Williams, Marriage Coach

Jeff and Jill Williams, Marriage Coaches
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Coaching Couples Through Emotional Memories

Growing marriages often experience seasons of growth and pleasure followed by seasons of frustration and pain. Three steps forward and two steps back. Why is this and what can be done about it?
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How to Coach Your Marriage Through Difficult Conversations

The primary difference between couples that remain together in mostly pleasurable relationships and ones who don’t is the way they resolve conflict…a coaching approach to conflictive conversations is a great way to protect your marriage.
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Good Times to Talk in Marriage – Readiness + Willingness = Great Conversation

For years in our marriage I was peppered with questions when I walked in the door from a long day of work or business trips. Jill was anxious to “hear all about it”, but I was anything but ready to talk… Thankfully, we’ve come to an understanding that is good for our marriage…
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A Quick Communication Tune-up for Your Marriage by Jeff and Jill Williams

It’s early in the New Year, and a good time to tune up communication for a great year of marriage! Some basic coaching skills and process can be helpful. What? You don’t need a tune-up?
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Listen Long Enough to Effectively Coach Your Own Marriage by Jeff and Jill Williams

When you feel the urge to speak, ask yourself if you’ve listened long enough. Even better, ask the person you’re listening to, “Is there more you would like to say, or more that you would like me to understand?” NOT, “Are you done yet?
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How Marriage Coaching Couples Can Deal with Discouragement By Richard and Sharon Wildman

“What will it take for this couple to do what is needed to help their marriage!?  How much pain do they have to be in to do the work of reconciliation?!”

Those…
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Coaching Men to Reconcile Marriage Separation – Part II: Challenges and Effective Strategies by Jeff Williams

Rich was separated from his wife Sharon for sixteen months, from 2003 until 2005. Today he coaches men to reconcile their marriage. “I encourage men to seek God, hold out for hope, and always remember that if they make changes in themselves that it has to result in changes in the relationship.
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Coaching Separated Men, Part I: An Interview with a Coach Who’s Been There by Jeff Williams

Some coaching ministries evolve out of painful experiences. This is exactly how Rich Wildman[1] developed compassion for separated men. He and his wife Sharon were separated 16 months before a successful reconciliation. Today he serves men that are enduring the painful and scary challenge of reconciling their marriage by coaching them.
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Coaching Your Own Marriage: An Alternative to Marriage Counseling By Jeff and Jill Williams

Many couples have asked in jest if we could live with them. Why? They experience effective communication, problem-solving and goal-setting in sessions that we facilitate, and they aren’t confident that they can continue such high quality conversations without facilitators to guide and police the process. However, with enough practice and good-will, couples CAN learn to do this for themselves.
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Walking and Talking Your Way to a Closer Relationship by Jeff and Jill Williams

“I want to take more walks with you, Jeff” Jill said as part of a demo during one of our Marriage Coach training classes. “I’m curious about you wanting to take more walks” I asked. She was happy to share. “It seems that when we walk we have some of our best talks. There are fewer possibilities of interruption, and it’s when I get your most focused attention. It helps me feel closer to you”, she said. Walking and talking to get closer? Cool. We just improved our marriage.
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