No matter which stage you are at in your romantic relationship, there is something to learn. Find out from our expert relationship coaches, Angela Tan and Loo Mei Yee, their advice and tips on how to make your relationship better and navigate successfully around the pitfalls.
1. What to ask during your first date
2. How to make a boring date interesting
3. The signs that tell you that you are in a relationship
4. How to make a relationship official
5. How to overcome challenges together
6. How to spice things up in a relationship
... And if all else fails, when do you know that it's time for a relationship to end?
About Your Relationship Expert #1: Angela Tan
Professional Certified Coach, ICF | Masters of Medicine (FM) | European Society of Sexual Medicine Member
Angela is an intimacy coach working with both individuals and couples in the domain of intimacy and relationships. As a trained and practicing medical doctor for the last decade, Angela offers insights based on core knowledge which provides certainty in her coaching. Over the years, her nurturing and endearing personality has allowed her clients to see and achieve more than what they thought was possible, thereby creating successes in their personal lives and the relationships around them.
About Your Relationship Expert #2: Loo Mei Yee
Professional Certified Coach, ICF | Head of TruSelf™Division
Mei Yee, an established life coach in relationship development and training, the TruSelf™ Division at Live Your Mark. Warm, understanding, firm and extremely supportive in her clients’ growth, Mei Yee empowers her clients in achieving their dreams and goals with unwavering determination in career advancement, health and vitality improvement, and emotional mastery.
A first date can be awkward, and it can be difficult to start a conversation. Find out what is THE KEY question to ask on your first date so that things can begin to roll.
Find out how you can attract more people here in this article "Personal Attraction - How to shine from within".
What do you do when you have nothing in common with your date? What if you find whatever the other person is talking about is really of no interest to you? Find out how to make a boring date interesting from our expert relationship coaches Angela Tan and Loo Mei Yee.
Do you experience a sense of dread when you are about to meet someone for the first date? How would the date turn out? What would you do if the date turns out boring?
Here are 3 things to prepare before your date as a backup plan in case the date doesn’t turn out as good as expected.
How do you know that you have progressed from dating to being in a relationship? Can you call that person your boyfriend or girlfriend? Are you ready for taking your relationship to the next stage? Find out more in this lesson about what are the signs that show that you are in a relationship.
You have been dating for some time. You have been seeing that person fairly frequently. You would like to make the dating relationship official and call the other person your boyfriend or girlfriend. How do you have a conversation with the other person? Is a conversation necessary? Can't we just stay as "more than friends"? Find out why is the conversation necessary to make the relationship official and how to have that conversation here.
You and your partner have been in relationship for some time. Issues are showing up in the relationships, some arguments and disagreements but nothing really major. How do you overcome challenges in relationships together? Find out more in this lesson!
The relationship has been progressing well for some time, but... things are starting to become mundane. What can you do to spice up the relationship? Why is spicing up the relationship important? Find out more in this lesson!
Things are not going well in the relationship. Even after trying to spice up the relationship, something is wrong. There is no happiness in the relationship anymore. How do you know what is the right time to let go of the relationship? And when to continue working on the relationship? Find out more in this lesson.
Executive Coach International (ECI) is one of the largest and most successful professional coaching organizations in Singapore and the region that focuses on transforming human potential into tangible, lasting results.
Founded by the first Master Certified Coach in South East Asia in 2004, ECI is reputed for a consistently high success rate, with over 95% of our clients’ issues resolved and personal/professional goals achieved.
We are based locally and recognized internationally. Our team of over 20 coaches makes us the largest organization of certified coaches in the region, who are all trained and certified in accordance with international standards for coaching. The tools and techniques we employ have proven effective with our clients, who come from Singapore and beyond: China, India, Vietnam, Japan, Malaysia, Germany, France, Slovakia, Maldives, Seychelles, Belgium, the United States, and the United Kingdom. We have also taken our coaching programs overseas to Slovakia and various major cities in China.
How are we able to deliver excellent results consistently with our clients? The basis of all coaching sessions is based in awareness, self-inquiry and manifestation of tangible results. What it boils down to is our proprietary (and rigorous) training methodologies and precise, holistic and integrative coaching technologies and processes. From there, our coaches customise our coaching skills to maximise opportunities for success with every client: we focus on accelerating the transformation of latent human potential into kinetic power, from kinetic power into effective performance that leads to concrete, measurable results in our clients’ lives. In 2011, ECI received the prestigious “Accredited Coach Training Programme” awarded by the International Coach Federation. This accreditation recognizes ECI as an organization with the highest professional standards in coaching and training worldwide.
In 2014, ECI was presented the “Promising SME 500” and “Singapore Prestige Enterprise 2014/2015” awards for our outstanding regional achievements.
Our organization isn’t just about business. We are also on a global social mission: to make our world better for all of us. Having witnessed the power of coaching, we empower people to evolve themselves, and in turn, empower their loved ones to evolve too. We engineer solutions with our clients to solve their relational issues, so that our clients can create sustaining relationships with whomever they come into contact with.
Most importantly, we believe that every one, no matter what age or life stage one may be in, has the right and ability to be great. Our role as coaches lie in developing that human potential in all we come into contact with, so that all individuals who come to us will live confident and fulfilling lives.
One of the recent social movements we initiated is “Coaching 10,000”, a pay-it-forward program that will ultimately reach out to 10,000 people being trained to be coaches for free – so they may in turn help others live confident and fulfilling lives too. In 2009, our founder participated in the creation of the United Nations movie, “War Against War” to highlight the atrocities of war. That same year, we received the merit award “Bloodmobile Organiser” from the Singapore Red Cross Society for our efforts toward encouraging people to give back to society. In 2008, our coaches authored a collection of inspiring short stories within 24 hours to motivate others in their pursuit of more fulfilling lives, resulting in the creation of the bestseller, “Pick Me Up”.