Life Coaching for Older Gay Men

Embrace the Good that Comes with Aging

40 plus gay men's coaching

Like it or not We're All Getting Older

 If you’re struggling with what you see in the mirror it’s time for a change of perspective. Life coaching for older gay men is designed to do just that.

Taking care of yourself is one thing. Fighting the process so hard that it’s obvious is another.

It’s possible to embrace the good things like stability, and wisdom, that come with aging while not letting yourself get dragged down by what our culture is telling you.

It’s all about discovering the benefits you’re already experiencing.

 

“Brian is engaging and definitely is very helpful on many issues. (The Aging Discovery Experience was a) very interesting look at mid-life transition coaching for gay men, and definitely to the point of what aging men are facing and dealing with.” – Denis

Looking Good is Great, Feeling Good is Better

It’s shocking that as we live and stay vibrant far longer than previous generations, that we’re still so obsessed with preserving our youth.

Listen, there’s nothing wrong with looking young. As long as the measures you’re taking to get there feel positive, and affirming, to you.

But, if you’re feeling trapped in a never ending cycle of anti-aging treatments and age inappropriate dress, it’s time to understand why.

With life coaching for older gay men we work together to find the right approach for you to look, and feel your best.

Fight Isolation with Younger Friends

Some of us really struggle with loneliness and isolation. There seem to be so few men in their late 50’s and beyond.

You may have lost a whole lot of people during “the epidemic”.

Finding more guys around your age to hang out with is something we can explore together. But, even more importantly, consider expanding your circle with younger friends.

It can be a great way to have more people in your life. Not to mention how younger men can help you stay in touch with our fast changing world. You also have a lot to offer them. Life coaching for older gay men can show you how.

How You See Yourself is what Really Matters

It may seem like your age is the problem, but the truth is that how you see yourself is at the heart of the issues you’re facing.

The most important thing to do is to understand how to value yourself, and all the unique things that you bring to the world.

In life coaching for older gay men we explore to help you see yourself in this new way, you’ll find self-acceptance that you may never have had.

If you’re ready to explore how mid-life transition coaching for gay men can help you age gracefully and vibrantly, just click the button below to learn about my complimentary Personal Discovery Session and get started finding your value again

Frequently Asked Questions About Life Coaching for Older Gay Men

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. 

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 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.