Get the Support You Deserve
to Truly Engage With Love

The Engage With Love approach to coaching is unique. We’re here to help and support you, no matter where you are in the United States or anywhere in the world. We’re here to help you reach your goals, so you can count on…

  • No hidden agendas
  • Quick response times
  • Customized support that works best for you and your partner
  • Never having to leave home
  • No-panic coaching and communications
  • Completely confidential guidance and goal setting
  • One-click access through Skype, email and online conferencing (or by phone)

You can benefit from Engage With Love Coaching if you…

  • Think your marriage is worth fighting for
  • Are ready to change the way you view love and marriage
  • Do not want a divorce, but your spouse does
  • Need a personal coach to listen, help, and give you hope
  • Want to refocus, start working on the right things (and avoiding the wrong ones)
  • Want to discover what kind of communications works best for you and your partner
  • Are tired of feeling unhappy, unloved, betrayed, and alone
  • Want the right tools to overcome stress and anxiety



With Kim



9 thoughts on “Services

  1. How much does a session cost? I love my wife dearly but she has emotionally detached from me and wants a divorce. I see a little doubt in her but she is very stubborn and can emotionally detach and not let herself lose

    • Hi, Carl, one of our Marriage and Relationship Coaches will be in contact with you to explain the pricing and how coaching works. Thank you for reaching out. TL for Kim

  2. I am curious about the coaching as well and do not have a lot of money to be entirely honest. I am buying the book now or should I say the coaching toolkit but I was curious about pricing as well.

    • Hi, Melissa,
      If you’ll call our office, we’ll be happy to go over our pricing with you and answer any other questions you may have, as well.

  3. I love my husband and we have been married for almost 25 years. It has been up and down and we have children which are almost all grown. He has emotionally checked out but not sexually and still says he is physically attracted to me. He wants to leave and be free to do whatever he wants to do and that he has missed out on since we married so young. I told him just to stay and do what he wants and maybe he will feel like reconnecting with me. I know this will be hard because part of it is he really really wants to do whatever he wants with other people .. sexually as well. I don’t know if I should fight for our marriage or just let him go. It has only been a day I don’t know ultimately what he will do or if having this freedom will change how he feels or spark something he once saw. He said he is absolute on wanting to be divorced but needs to do what he wants right now.
    Is this healthy to even want to try and work on on my part. Parts of me think yes and parts of me think no. Please point me in the right direction . My heart says stay and see what space and freedom brings.

  4. Hi Kim I have been married 2 years to my best friend and she wants out. I realize I have been dropping the ball and didn’t see how bad I was making it. But I love her soo much I can’t sleep and can’t eat right now. My world is falling apart and I want to save this more then anything. I’m not wealthy to be honest we squeak by. Is there any help I can get.

    • Michael, I’m so sorry you are going through this. There is help we can offer, but rather than replying here, I’m going to send you an email with next steps.
      Warmly, Kim.

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