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Relationship-smart women | reconnecting in intimacy

Relationship-smart women want to learn how to transform their intimate relationships. We feel frustrated, disconnected and lack-lustre, but we are done with blaming our partners. We are ready to do our bit to make things better so that we feel more connected, more alive and more truly ourselves. With relationship coach Nicole Mathieson www.nicolemathieson.com
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Oct 12, 2020

So much happens to your relationship and your sex life after you have kids. Everything changes. Your roles, your sex life, how you spend your time, how you see each other and that's not to mention your expectations of each other. It is big!

How do you as a couple, cope with all this change and stress?

It can be super hard. 

Catherine Topham Sly from Insight and Connection in the UK chat about this major relationship challenge in this episode.

You can find Catherine on Insta & FB @insightandconnection or on her website www.insightconnection.uk

For more about me, Nicole go to www.nicolemathieson.com or find me @nicole_mathieson_coach

Sep 11, 2020

This episode comes back to the basics of how to get grounded and centred and calm ourselves down, because you know.....life. It is super important, especially in our relationships.

What is in your calm-down toolkit?

Connect with me via Instagram - www.instagram.com/nicole_mathieson_coach/

or drop me an email - hi@nicolemathieson.com

 

 

Jul 24, 2020

Following on from Self regulation part 1, this episode explores the "how" of self regulation.

How do you calm and soothe yourself so that you can be more of a rocking partner in your intimate relationships? Listen in to find out.

Drop me an email hi@nicolemathieson.com or find out more at www.nicolemathieson.com

Jul 23, 2020

Self regulation is sexy.

Learning to calm and soothe yourself in your relationship is a skill that will help bring all the things to your relationship life that you want more of.

In this episode I talk about the consequences of not having the capacity to self regulate. Then in the next episode, part 2, I share the "how".

To get in touch, drop me an email hi@nicolemathieson.com 

Apr 21, 2020

In this episode my colleague Ebony from Little Window counselling comes and interviews me.
Ebony asks me lots of questions about how to manage our relationships in these strange times of Covid19 and lockdown.
We talk about:
-The types of problems that people are having in their relationships
-How to get time to connect
-What to do if you don't feel safe
-How to navigate this time if you are dating
-My top 3 tips for your relationship in lockdown,

For more info go to www.nicolemathieson.com
or to book an appoitnemnt go to
www.littlewindow.com.au

Mar 27, 2020

Managing anxiety part 2 - Connecting deeper within
How do we stay calm and centred and resilient when there is so much craziness going on?
There is so much exposure to stress, there are crazy things happening to all the things we usually lean on, there is a communal sense of anxiety. It has become more important than ever to skill-up and find ways to soothe our own anxiety.
Let's grab this time as an opportunity to get the skills we need to manage our anxiety.
In part one we look at mindfulness and in part two we look at anchoring in to a deeper part of ourselves.
For more go to www.nicolemathieson.com

Mar 27, 2020

Managing anxiety part 1 - Mindfulness.
How do we stay calm and centred and resilient when there is so much craziness going on?
There is so much exposure to stress, there are crazy things happening to all the things we usually lean on, there is a communal sense of anxiety. It has become more important than ever to skill upand find ways to soothe our own anxiety.
Let's grab this time as an opportunity to get the skills we need to manage our anxiety.
In part one we look at mindfulness and in part two we look at anchoring in to a deeper part of ourselves.

To learn more go to www.nicolemathieson.com

Feb 11, 2020

The mental load is a thing and it can cause disconnection in your most important and intimate relationships.
Just this last week, I have personally been struggling with the mental load; feeling resentful, tired and cranky.
I wanted to share how I dealt with the load and what strategies I have put in place to minimise the future build up of resentment.
For more help with the load, check out my online workshop "Release resentment"
www.nicolemathieson.com/shop

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