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Mia Johnson

Market Your MOXIE: How you see the World & How the World sees you

Relationship Coaching is like a professional friendship. Your coach will get to know you, will listen to what you have to say, will accept you, just the way you are and will care about your relationship as much as you will. Your coach will help you find where your communication may be stuck, where you may be going in different directions, and show you ways to restore the harmony. Your coach will encourage you and keep in touch with you for as long as you want to be coached.


Your coach will also teach each of you some powerful and time-tested tools to “rearrange” your thoughts and feelings and “make sense” out of them. Your coach will push you to practice these tools and use them in your relationships, outside of sessions, so that you will get results and experience success and happiness.


Relationships are the key to so many things: finding and keeping your soul mate, finding and keeping your job, getting along with your family, closing deals, enjoying parties and social life and more. But how do we balance our physical, mental and spiritual well-being, as well as our social, family and work needs? This is certainly a big challenge.

What can Relationship Coaching help you with?


Learning (and accepting) that you cannot make someone love you. All you can do is be someone who can be loved. The rest is up to them.

Loving yourself for who you are when you know you are truly being the best person you can be is priceless.


Learn (and understanding) that there are people who love you dearly, but just don’t know how to show it. When we look at other people through our own "expectations" it is sometimes difficult for them to "measure up".


Learned that just because someone doesn’t love you the way you want them to, it doesn’t mean they don’t love you all they can. It is up to you to accept or leave a relationship if it does not meet your needs. Walking away by Intent is not a failure…

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