Dating/Being Single Support, Engagement, Marriage, Online Dating, Relationships



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Dating Coach, Marriage Coach, Marriage Educator

About Kim Morse

Kim is the President of the non profit organization, Sailing Happily Ever After. Kim started working with singles in 2010, which is the same year that she married the love of her life, Bob Morse. 

She is also a Gottman Trained Educator for the Seven Principles that Make Marriage Work programs.

Kim believes that every person deserves to live their life to the fullest and to share their dreams and ambitions with the love of their life. Kim and Bob are both avid sailors and have spent the majority of their life together living on a sailboat, for this is where they truly find their spiritual connection. 

Although some of her programs are centered around couples who share their love of sailing, she works with all couples and especially those that desire a very special connection. 

Although Kim has been successful in helping those in crisis, it breaks her heart that people wait until their relationships are failing to seek out a relationship coach.

Therefore, Kim is currently working with a group of coaches that are involved in the Radical Marriage Movement started by friends David and Darlene Steele that believes that your love and commitment to your partner should be your greatest adventure and that love goes beyond happily ever after. 

Kim is currently one of the instructors for the Coaching Couples Certification program at Relationship Coach Institute and also one of their Mentor Coaches helping other new and aspiring coaches.

One of Kim’s favorite quotes from Napoleon Hill is “What you conceive and believe, you can achieve” Kim cherishes this and believes that all relationships, even good relationships, should be explored and challenged so that each relationship can find its highest potential physically, emotionally and spiritually

If you are serious about having a successful life partnership.
Working with Kim can move you farther and faster than you can move on your own.

You don’t know what you don’t know, and your success may depend upon access to new information about yourself and relationships.
Using a coach can be the most effective means of translating knowledge into practice. One of the most indispensable roles of a coach is to help you use what you already know to make effective choices and take the actions necessary to be successful.

You deserve to get what you want. You do not want to settle for less or risk failure, and you are willing to gift yourself with the support and technology needed to ensure success.

Kim like's to do her coaching over the phone or through Zoom. Zoom is an easy platform that allows us to see each other (just like Skype).  She prefers to record the sessions so that you can review the sessions and have them for future reference.

Master Relationship Coach - Relationship Coaching Institute
Gottman Trained Educator for Seven Principles Program
Professional, Singles & Couples Certification from Relationship Coaching Institute

Kim’s Story

After my divorce, I found myself single for about 12 years. I was desperately looking that whole time for someone to share my life with. After about ten years I realized that there was more missing in my life than a significant other and I needed to do something different. I started working with a relationship coach and this is when my interest in relationship enrichment and coaching started. I was also suddenly drawn to sailing. I decided that I wanted to live on a boat. I joined a sailing club, learned to sail and then met Bob on an online dating site. After Bob and I married, I took my training to be a relationship coach. After living on a our boat for several years, we realized the bond that sailing brought to our relationship and found the same to be true for other sailors. We knew that bringing couples together on a sailboat whether they were sailors or not could only increase their bond too.


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