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Am I Pushing my Child Away? Balancing Control and Freedom Part 2 by Gregory Bland

“You never trust me!”
“You never let me do anything!”
 “You don’t understand me!”
“I wished I was never born!”
“I hate you!”

These are statements that send a chill up a parent’s spine…
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Coaching Communication in Marriage Relationships by Jeff and Jill Williams

It is the number one request of couples seeking Marriage Coaching: Improved Communication. This seems to bear witness to the maxim that, “The conversation is the relationship and the relationship is the conversation.” How can Marriage Coaches help couples to improve their communication?
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Can Marriage Coaching Help Couples in Crisis? By Jeff and Jill Williams

Marriage Coaching CAN help a couple in crisis IF they are motivated to learn skills to communicate and resolve conflict, and IF they will humble themselves to receive a miracle from God for their marriage.
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Listening in the Third Way, Kimberly Dinsdale

What is interesting is listening in this third way can be one the biggest challenges I face. Not only as a coach, but also as a mom, as a wife and as a friend.
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Just How Does Coaching Work? by Marcie Thomas

This is a guest post by Marcie Thomas of Coaching Shift.

“So just how does coaching work?” my friend asked me. I inwardly smiled, confident that I could explain coaching to her, but it…
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When You’ve Lost that Loving Feeling: Coaching Your Marriage for Pleasure By Jeffrey J. Williams

Whether you’ve been disconnected in your marriage for a few days or a few months, the beginning of a solution is the same; communication. And coaching skills provide the tools you need to do the job of building pleasure back into your relationship.
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Developing Coaches in the Church: Part 2 by Brian Rhen

In the Spring of 2007, I asked for “Coaching” to be put on the agenda a week prior to our next senior pastoral staff meeting. Then I got really scared. My colleagues on the senior staff knew I was into this “new coaching thing,” but it was still just my thing that I had been getting trained on and theorizing about a lot. I was fearful that they would not take me seriously. But then something wonderful happened…
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What Is Twitter? I Am Lost! by Beth Cole

If you feel lost when it comes to Twitter, you are not alone and it is okay! There have been lots of articles written about Twitter, but in the big picture, Twitter is really new…
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What are Women Lacking in the Area of Communication, by Kimberly Dinsdale

Could it be this lack of authenticity leads to lack of accountability? Which may then lead to women becoming lost and isolated, craving relationships they have no idea how to create or ask for. I continue to hear women say they want to connect on a deeper, more personal level, yet they lack the skills and haven’t had those types of relationships modeled for them.
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Parents Coaching Kids: Helping Your Children Become Great Problem-Solvers

Jill and I vividly remember the night at the dinner table that we both made a concerted effort to listen, reflect and ask open questions to our youngest. Laura Beth was eleven at the time, and was experiencing some tumult with a friend. “I don’t know what to do about Nikki”, she said.
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Feedback: Friend or Foe? by Ron Marsh

Here’s a tool that will help you get valuable feedback from your leadership sphere in order to help you address with confidence the leadership gaps that you and others identify. You can download…
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Great Communication in 15 Minutes a Day

Equity in relationships is built by skillful sharing of honest thoughts and feelings. Notice the accent on skill. This is because skill is imperative to keep things positive and safe…
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