“Set Me Straight is a division of Living with Purpose Counseling created by Lytles; with core values at the focus, these two work in tandem as they help individuals and couples develop a solid sense of self in order to show up authentically and honestly in their lives.
Their goal is a dynamic transformation and lasting change, Set Me Straight offers resources like the Relationship Toolkit, Relationship Temperature Check-Up, Facebook and Instagram and support via 1:1 coaching.
If you have any questions about Set Me Straight, please reach out to Darryl at email@example.com
Relationship Temperature Check-Up
This is a great FREE worksheet to help you determine how your relationship is doing!
Set Me Straight: Relationship Tool Kit
This program is a journey to find clarity in your relationship. Whether you are going deeper in your committed relationships or are preparing for your upcoming marriage, this toolkit is for you.
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Individuals often make decisions without realizing they are using their Core Values. And if you ask someone to name their top five to ten Core Values, they struggle to complete the list.
We have found that it is critical to know what those values are and the importance of exploring and embracing how we make decisions. Your core values are the elements in which you “do” life.
Session #2: Cognitive Distortions
Understanding how you think and feel is important to communicating effectively. Cognitive distortions can impact that effective communication in various ways and have a negative impact on how you perceive your self-image.
Learn these distortions so that you can have a realistic perspective on your life and relationships.
Session #3: Unspoken Rules & Emotional Endurance
An unspoken rule is an emotionally derived standard that describes how we work out life. In general, when we make rules and then these rules are violated, we struggle or suffer in some way.
What are your unspoken rules? How do they affect your relationship?
Session #4: The Storyboard of Us
Your relationship is a journey and there is a story to tell.
In this session, we are going to take a closer look at your story. This is where you get to be creative in how you visually represent what has brought you to this point.
Session #5: The Framework of My Life
“The Framework of My Life” was designed to help you take a look back into your family tree and identify patterns and themes that could affect how you see relationships and the world.
Take a look into the past so that you head confidently into the future.
Session #6: All About the Money
Welcome to all about the money. This session is designed to address the challenges individuals have with money.
More money does not equate to more happiness. Money can be a large contributing factor for relationship break-ups.
Managing your money is a discipline that needs consistent practice and attention.
Session #7: Let’s Talk About Sex
Let’s face it, most people become little nervous and/or reserved when it comes to talking about sex.
If your family never really talked about sex, then it can be a challenge to talk about sexual expectations in a relationship. A healthy sex life is natural and supports both the emotional and physical dynamics of a relationship.
Session #8: Family Boundaries & Mission Statement
The family dynamics of your relationship are important to discuss and understand before you say “I do.”
Boundaries help you define what is important to you in your relationship and how to honor and respect those who support your relationship. Likewise, it is very important to have a focus and hope for your marriage.
This session allows you to reflect on where you are in life and where you want to be in the future.
Conflict is an inevitable part of any relationship. In life we need to step into relationships with a realistic view of humanity. In other words, we are humans and we will fail one another in some way.
It is not if, but when a conflict arises: How do you manage the conflict and reconcile with one another?
Session #10: Recovery & Reconciliation
One of the most difficult of all the challenges an individual will experience with another person has to be reconciling what you believe are the challenges and what he or she believe are the issues.
This toolkit is designed to help you focus on respecting each other while identifying the areas where you can find common ground.