Relationships take work, but they are worth it. Wouldn’t it be amazing if someone could help you course-correct, avoid pitfalls, and know when you’re doing things right?
It’s totally possible!
I want to help move you from where you are today to the future you want to have. Whether you’re looking to find a date worth keeping (who else is tired of dating apps?) or navigate a divorce or breakup successfully, Ms. Kari can help. (Note: I am not a lawyer and do not offer legal advice. But I can coach you through the process of your divorce, get your team in place, so you remain as emotionally healthy as possible.)
A relationship coach (for dating or divorce) can truly be the turning point in your journey. Think of your coach as your personal guide. It’s important to know that a great coach will not tell you what to do. They’ll help you weigh the paths available to you (and some you may not have thought of) and help you decide which is the best one to take.
A great coach can’t do the work for you. It’s important to understand your role in a coaching journey. In order to see progress and achieve the results you want, you have to do the work. A coach is not a therapist (or an attorney); a great coach gives you the practical tools you need to make the decisions that move you forward. If you’re not ready to make changes, a coach can’t help you.
If you’re looking to make exponential growth quickly and you’re ready to do the work, a coach can help. In dating, a coach may save you the pain of experiencing 27 truly awful relationships before finding the right one. A coach can help you see possibilities or strategies you may not realize even exist. You can’t sit on the couch and wait for someone to show up at your front door. (No matter how hot the UPS guy is.)
It’s time to get off the merry-go-round and get started on your journey to a happy relationship.
I’ve been where you are. I’ve been through a painful divorce of my own and learned how to navigate a string of first dates that lead (finally!) to finding the right one. My life changes always hit hard—very hard—and they hurt. Once I found my footing, I knew just surviving wasn’t good enough. I had to learn everything the hard way, and I want to make it easier for you to find your footing and thrive. I love seeing people have fun, define who they are, and create a love life that’s fulfilling.
With my background in HR and mediation, I’ve discovered that dating is a lot like the hiring process. A relationship is a role you’re looking to fill, and you don’t want to fill it with just anyone.
I want to help you thrive. I want to help people navigate the pitfalls I encountered in my journey. If you’re ready to get a date worth keeping, or you’re looking for practical help to navigate your divorce, I look forward to chatting with you soon.