Many couples are taking their jobs abroad. Whether it’s by choice or out of necessity, they are constantly on the go, working in culturally foreign environments, or working online while exploring new cities.
Traveling together can strengthen relationships
According to data collected from the U.S. Travel Association, couples who travel together are more likely to report greater satisfaction in their relationship, enjoy better communication, more romance, and a better sex life.
Couples who travel together are more likely to share similar goals, hobbies, and interests. They are more likely to spend quality time together and achieve a satisfying balance of time between working and quality downtime.
Travel places a unique kind of stress on couples
With all the benefits traveling couples enjoy, it is hard to imagine a downside. But a lifestyle of traveling and working as a couple, especially full time, comes with challenges many other couples do not have to face.
Travel can be stressful at the best of times. Getting up very early for an exhausting day on the road can place a strain on any individual or relationship. Adapting to new cultures, different accommodations, and strange food can sometimes be overwhelming. On top of that, couples need to juggle the emotions and preferences of their significant other.
Traveling couples are required to make multiple decisions together every day. You have to decide where to go, how to get there, how long to explore each destination, and how much money to spend. Sharing close accommodations poses its own challenges, especially if one of you is an early riser, and the other a night owl.
Get couples coaching- from anywhere in the world
Online couples coaching offers the flexibility you need. It can be obtained from anywhere in the world. It can re-establish trust that has been broken, and help couples handle conflict in a way that will not damage the relationship.
Dr. Dahlia Mann is an experienced clinical psychologist with a specialization in couples therapy. She understands the unique challenges of traveling and working abroad. If you need to resolve conflicts, re-establish trust or build better communication skills, Dr. Dahlia Mann can help, through online couples coaching that can be accessed from anywhere in the world.
Reach out today
People searching for relationship coaching services online have a wide range of options, but they don’t always have the opportunity to chose a specific professional. Dr. Mann, PhD clinical psychologist and Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (LMFT) has the special training and skills to make therapy work for you.
Don’t let traveling interfere with your relationship. For qualified, experienced coaching, reach out to Dr. Mann today. Click here to find out more, or just fill out the contact form and click Send.