For the past 20 years, I’ve coached many wonderful people across the globe. Starting out in sports, then moving on to personal development and lifestyle coaching; today, I specialise in sex and relationship coaching for both monogamous and non-monogamous individuals.
I help my clients find a solution that meets their own needs, while also taking their partner’s needs into consideration. Many feel stuck in a rut when they come to me. For some, their worries seem like an insurmountable obstacle. Others are in the midst of a life crisis.
My role is to help you navigate your way through the situation you’re in, until you reach the other side. Because on the other side, there’s a life full of the happiness, desire and intimacy you’re craving. I will help you get there!
Towards the end, I felt quite lonely, even though we were living together. I think my girlfriend at the time felt the same way.
You could argue that we just “fell out of love” or “drifted apart” as many people like to put it. But the truth is you don’t just “fall out of love”. That’s just an excuse for facing an ugly truth. Because there’s always more to it than just that.
I learned it the hard way.
The reason my ex girlfriend and I drifted apart was not that we didn’t love each other. But we didn’t use that love in our favour. Instead, we took it for granted. Left it to die a slow death.
We were too busy dealing with our own problems. I forgot to value her and the connection we had. And slowly she did too. (It’s funny how karma works, right?)
I was in the middle of a massive life crisis. My doctor had just given me the news: I had to live with unbearable chronic pain for the rest of my life.
It was all so overwhelming. I didn’t know how to get back on track.
Looking back, I clearly see all the mistakes I made. And if I knew back then, what I know now, I’d probably be a very different place in my life today.
We might not have continued in the relationship, but I could have saved myself (and her) from a lot of unnecessary pain.
(not only with their partner, but also – and especially – with themself)
Many times we give up too soon on something that could be very special. Either we leave our partner (for another) or we stick around in a relationship that isn’t very fulfilling. Maybe even harmful to us.
But often there’s a lot we can do to get that exciting relationship we want and desire. We just need to get a little guidance and learn a few things to see through the clouds, clearly.
Sometimes that means staying in the relationship we’re in and really cultivating that. Other times it means realising our priorities are so far away from each other that we need to part and focus more on ourselves.
In either situation, it’s nice to have a guiding, non-judgemental friend by your side.
That’s what I’m here for.
I’ll teach you to use love as a tool to get more of what you want, live a more exciting life and feel deeply fulfilled.
If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I offer a free discovery call – no strings attached.
After my divorce, I went through a depression. I was very confused and experienced anxiety. But now I’m an independent and a more positive, forward-thinking, happy person. I’m so pleased with my program with Sutton.
Every day I help people just like you, who come to me with thoughts like these:
No matter how hopeless you think your situation is, know that you are not alone. Every day I help people who have the exact same feelings as you, and who are in similar situations to yours.
While it may seem impossible right now, let me assure you that it IS possible to have a happy relationship and a great sex life that perfectly meets your needs AND those of your partner. It doesn’t have to be “either, or”.
Book a free discovery call with me today and start your journey towards a more fulfilling life.
I like that Sutton not only sees the problems, but can identify the root cause of each issue and set the right priorities in the improvement process. I get a lot of attention during my sessions. I never feel alone anymore.