Aurora, Illinois - May 17, 2023 - Interacting with people can sometimes be a challenging, confusing, and overwhelming process, especially so when searching for a partner to share one’s life with. The author’s goal is to help readers re-imagine their life as they desire it and implement baby steps to move in that direction.
With extensive experience in Life Coaching and a vast history of client success, Christina’s customized coaching methods prove effective. Her 360 approach of guiding clients from self awareness to communication and boundaries, followed by intentionality and accountability gives invaluable insight to her readers. They begin to have a deeper understanding of self, meet themselves where they are, and ultimately set realistic goals that are genuinely achievable.
“The Uncommon Sense On Dating” was created based on the concept that personal introspection should not be rushed. That is why there are 30 chapters, focusing on only one lesson per day, which keeps readers from becoming overwhelmed. It also allows them to be more attentive to one specific area of their relationship at a time.
Christina has spent years perfecting her strategic process of helping people improve their relationships with their partners, and more importantly, themselves. She covers her 7 Relationship Pillars in detail in her new book. Each new daily lesson helps to reinforce the concepts and ideas put forward in the previous chapter.
Following each chapter, the book contains journal pages where the reader is encouraged to write notes and personal affirmations. There is also a “Moment of Introspection” at the end of each chapter. This can be an eye-opening personal experience for each reader as they self reflect.
Readers will learn the 7 fundamental Relationship Pillars and how they correlate to healthy and successful relationships.
About The Author:
Growing up, Christina was a homeschooled student for most of her elementary and middle-school years. While she recognizes her parents had her best interests at heart, the experience also made her feel isolated and lonely.
Upon entering high school, she faced criticism from her peers. “I was made fun of for my lack of style and overall lack of awareness when it came to a school environment and how to function in one,” she explains.
The process of developing her communication and social skills, though difficult, also gave her self-confidence. “I learned how to stand up for myself,” she says. “I realized many others just like me also had a story to share but hadn’t yet found their voice. As I grew as a person, I shared my story. Often. I found myself hearing from people frequently that my advice had significantly impacted their lives. It was so incredibly fulfilling to know that my story had inspired others.”
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