Then he started blogging about relationships, and eventually he began working with the Gottman Institute, a leading organization coaching couples on how to keep love strong throughout the years.
Finally, Kyle established himself as an authority on intimacy and branched out to conduct intensive couple therapy sessions via Skype.
God wants to use the next years of your life to send your roots deeper into His Word, deeper into a walk with Christ.
He wants you to draw from the reservoir of a solid Christian life, with strong personal accountability to godly men, and from that reservoir to stand strong for Jesus.
But stories of valor aside, I’m always entertained by how simply these war veterans viewed dating and marriage.
For those days when love runs dry or intimacy seems out of reach, Kyle Benson, a seasoned relationship coach, offers couples a tuneup.
Today, Kyle Benson is a successful relationship coach confident in his knowledge of the ways of love. In his youth, he endured a series of unhealthy relationships, culminating in his long-term girlfriend cheating on him, a life event that left him feeling overwhelming anxiety in subsequent intimate situations. He lost 30 pounds in six weeks, wound up in the hospital, and spent years working his way back to good health.
According to his personal bio, “Love has been the worst war I have ever fought.” Try as he might to win the approval and affection of his girlfriends, the people he chose to date just weren’t emotionally available to him. He wanted to get to the root of the problem, so he began reading about relationships.
His online articles and Skype therapy sessions promote intentional intimacy strategies proven effective by psychological research.
Kyle suggests daily exercises and talking points to empower couples to come closer together by fostering a loving mindset, passionate sex life, and constructive communication.