I’m excited to announce that I was recently featured in an article on DatingAdvice.com, entitled: Relationship Coaching for Singles: Sue DeSanto Teaches Women to Love Themselves & Change Their Dating Patterns.
Self-described as “The Authority On All Things Dating™,” DatingAdvice.com is an online platform featuring daily articles and resources about love and dating from over 250 dating experts. With over 2.4 million visitors a month, it is a leader in online dating advice. The site covers a variety of topics, including: men’s dating, women’s dating, gay dating, lesbian dating, online dating, and senior dating. No matter who you are or who you love, DatingAdvice.com has the resources available to answer all of your relationship questions.
I was honored to be interviewed by contributing editor Amber Brooks about my relationship coaching services, and enjoyed discussing my personal and professional experiences. We spoke of my own journey as a newly divorced single mother with two children who had no idea what to do next. I was back in the dating world as an adult and I was absolutely terrified. That’s when I decided to seek guidance from a relationship coach, and it turned out to be one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. After a six-month relationship coaching program, I knew what I wanted in life and from a partner and was excited to date again. That’s when I knew I wanted to help other women the same way my relationship coach helped me, and decided to add a relationship coaching program to my Chicago therapy practice.
The article also details my one-on-one relationship coaching program, explaining how it works, and even features quotes from some of my clients who have benefited from the program. As Amber wrote, my Chicago relationship coaching program is “all about overcoming negative dating habits and developing the skills it takes to succeed in the modern dating world.” I work one-on-one with my clients to “foster a mindful approach to dating,” and help them bring out the best in themselves.
This particular section of the article describes my relationship coaching philosophy pretty well:
“Many clients describe Sue as a compassionate coach with thoughtful insights into the inner dynamics of dating and relationships. She gets to the core of what’s blocking someone from reaching their goals and how they can flip the switch and start improving. Her mission is to pair understanding with action and motivate her clients.”
The interview ended with a key message I try to communicate to all of my clients, which is:
“We all have areas of strength and vulnerability. I love going out there and saying there’s nothing wrong with you — it’s just stories you’ve been told and tell yourself. And we can change those stories.”
To read the full article, visit DatingAdvice.com! I’d like to thank them for choosing to feature me in the Women’s Dating section of their site. It was a great experience!