Sailing Happily Ever After offers individual coaching, couples coaching, seminars, workshops in addition to couples enhancement retreats aboard a luxury catamaran.
Bob and Kim Morse are professional Relationship Coaches trained through the Relationship Coaching Institute (Kim is a Master Coach). Through RCI they use “Radical Marriage” principles to take your relationship to the next level.
They are both Gottman Trained to teach the “Seven Principles Program.”
They are also both USCG licensed charter captains and lived on their Morgan Out Island 41 sailboat. Bob is also an ASA instructor and owns Adventures in Sailing, Inc., an ASA sailing school founded in January 2000.
After my divorce, I found myself single for about 12 years. I was desperately looking that whole time for someone to share my life with. After about ten years I realized that there was more missing in my life than a significant other and I needed to do something different. I started working with a relationship coach and this is when my interest in relationship enrichment and coaching started. I was also suddenly drawn to sailing. I decided that I wanted to live on a boat. I joined a sailing club, learned to sail and then met Bob on an online dating site. After Bob and I married, I took my training to be a relationship coach. After living on a our boat for several years, we realized the bond that sailing brought to our relationship and found the same to be true for other sailors. We knew that bringing couples together on a sailboat whether they were sailors or not could only increase their bond too.
After resigning as a civilian from the Defense Department in 2008, I moved to the west coast of Florida and began a sailing school. A couple of years later, I married my second wife. After nearly five years of disagreement over the sailing lifestyle (and anything associated with it), we divorced. The desire to make a life, a living and a lifestyle from sailing was too strong to give up and become a dirt dweller. I then bought my 41 Morgan and moved on to it alone.
I met Kim and realized that we had very similar goals and dreams, and married in May, 2010 and she moved onto the boat with me. We have been sailing together ever since and it is my desire to try to help other marriages not meet the demise of my second marriage.
We are both passionate and committed to helping you discover the joys of a happy and fulfilled relationship. Whether you are experiencing choppy waters or sailing smoothly, we can provide the information, tools and skills needed to keep you on course to your paradise and Sailing Happily Ever After.
What is Relationship Coaching?
Relationship Coaching is a client-focused service which assumes individuals are healthy, powerful and able to achieve their relationship goals with effective support, information, tools and guidance. It gives you the space to help you close the gap between where you are and where you want to be. The primary focus is on goal setting, outcome creation and personal change management, not on what is wrong or whose fault it is.
The key to a successful life partnership is to work together with your partner to become clear about what you each want. You can then make effective choices so that you both actually get what you want. Once you are working together effectively, the choices and opportunities necessary for success will easily present themselves.
In a relationship there are solvable problems and unsolvable problems. Problems can remain unsolved for years when the skills and information needed to communicate effectively are not present, resulting in unhappiness and resentment. Unsolved and unsolvable problems result in failed relationships, and can be prevented or overcome with Relationship Coaching.
Why use a Relationship Coach?
There are a lot of reasons people use a relationship coach ~ here are just a few…
- You are serious about having a successful life partnership.
- Working with a coach can move you farther and faster than you can move on your own.
- You don’t know what you don’t know, and your success may depend upon access to new information about yourself and relationships.
- Using a coach can be the most effective means of translating knowledge into practice. One of the most indispensable roles of a coach is to help you use what you already know to make effective choices and take the actions necessary to be successful.
- You deserve to get what you want. You do not want to settle for less or risk failure, and you are willing to gift yourself with the support and technology needed to ensure success.