Gay Relationship Coaching

Start with Who You're Attracted to

Most guys I talk to about gay relationship coaching have a good idea of who they’re attracted to. If you’re not sure, that’s where we’ll start.

But, even when you do know, you may only be aware of  physical characteristics, or sexual behaviors that fit. Sex is obviously an important part of any romantic relationship. We never loose sight of that in gay love coaching.

But, understanding the kind of person you’re looking for is even more important. But, that amazing person is also only half the equation.

The Kind of Relationship You Want Matters

The thing that’s even more important to be successful with gay relationship coaching is the kind of relationship you’re looking for.

From monogamy, to polyamory, and every imaginable option in between, there’s a lot to figure out for yourself.

Even if you meet an amazing person, spending the rest of your life with them is also about how that relationship is going to work.

Together we’ll sort through the options, figure out what you really want, and make sure your potential partner is looking for the same things.

It's Different Between Men

Things get even more challenging in romantic relationships between two men.

Let’s face it, most of us have no idea what those relationships should look like. We don’t have any role models. That’s why gay love coaching has to be different.

Our openness to alternative relationship styles makes it even more important for you to understand what you really want.

For some guys the freedom to define love on their own terms is important. For others the tried a true models society presents us make sense.

It’s something else we get to figure out for you together.

“Hang ups that I had have become non-issues now. I wait for that familiar uncomfortable feeling and it’s just not there. There’s more to do as limiting beliefs surface but gay relationship coaching has given me the tools to deal with them now.” – Anthony

Shared Values are the Glue that Holds Us Together

Successful long term relationships come down to shared values. You and your potential mate need to agree, at least to some degree, on what’s most important in life, and in the relationship.

As you learn to get more real with yourself you’ll move into deeper alignment with your core values. That allows you to see those values reflected in the people you date.

You have a far better chance of finding real compatibility when you’re in touch with yourself.

If you’re ready to explore what gay relationship coaching can do for your love life just click the button below to learn about my complimentary gay life coaching session and get started finding your person.

Frequently Asked Questions About Gay Relationship Coaching

Who is GBTQ Men’s Coaching For?

          • I work with queer men across the gender and sexuality spectrum in a respectful and inclusive way.
          • Coaching is ideal for guys who are struggling to know themselves and what they really want from life. 
          • Coaching is also great if you’ve been trying to accomplish something on your own and haven’t been able to. Particularly if you have no idea what’s been holding you back.
          • Many coaches, including me, work in concert with counselors, and therapists. But, a coach is not a substitute for a mental health professional. If you are seeing a therapist, or counselor, it’s important for them to agree before we start working together. 

About Gay Life Coaching

      • What makes a gay life coach different?
        • Because I’m gay, I get it. I know where you’ve been. We’ll figure out together where you want to go, and how to get you there. 
      • Does Life Coaching Work?
        • Yes, gay life coaching is extremely effective at helping you release what’s in the way so that you can achieve your goals and find the life you’ve been wanting. 
      • How is a gay life coach different from a therapist or counselor?
        • As a coach I have no structure I have to follow, that gives us the freedom to explore lots of different ways to get your life working.
        • Is a gay life coach regulated?
          • No, there is no organization regulating life coaches. That makes it very important for you to feel confident in your coaches ability and experience. That’s why I offer a free consultation. It gives you an opportunity to get know me, and how I work. 

What is Transformational Coaching?

 

      • How is transformational coaching different?
          • In regular life coaching your coach acts as an advice giver and guide. With transformational coaching your coach uses many techniques to create powerful lasting change while still providing support and guidance. 
      • What techniques do you use for transformational coaching?
        • I’m a master practitioner of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) which provides a powerful set of tools to release negative emotions, reframe limiting beliefs, create supportive values, and set powerful and compelling goals. 
        • Are the changes you make permanent?
          • Yes, while we sometimes need to tackle a particularly challenging issue in several ways, the shifts we create are profound and permanent.

About Gay Life Coach Brian Madigan

      • Why did you become a gay life coach?
        • For most of my life I’ve been driven to help people. Being a gay life coach lets me put my skills and experience to work making the lives of my queer brothers better.
      • What are your qualifications?
        • I am a Master Practitioner of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming).
        • I have extensive training and coaching experience from a 25 year career in corporate information technology. 
        • I have experience in many other techniques, from energy healing, to the Sedona Method®, that can be used to foster and create change in my clients. 
      • How long have you been coaching?
          • I focused my business on coaching in 2010 but I’ve been assisting and coaching people throughout my adult life. I’ve even run into people from high school who talk about how much I helped them.