Personal Life Coaching

When I was growing up I did not speak until I was 4 years old. I guess I never had anything worth saying.

I eventually went from speaking one on one with my parents to speaking in front and to thousands of people as a professional speaker. And now I'm back to speaking one on one as a personal life coach

I can definitely say, I've come full circle!

Please visit my YouTube videos, if you like my demeanor, attitude, outlook on life and feel that I can help you redirect your life in the right direction and take you where you want to go in life.

Your journey starts here and now, with me. Let's get to work together!


Here's what others had to say about their experience with Robert's coaching.

giselle 3 days ago
Thanks Robert - I married a BPD having been brought up in a family with a BPD father and brother. None of this I recognised until recently...your video series has helped me enormously

tiepje3 Aug 11, 2014
This made my day. I was so down and out when I hadn't heard from my soon-to-be-ex-BPD-husband for four days and today I found out he did contact one of my friends. He is just still manipulating me. I understand his behaviour better now. I almost caved in but I'm going to be strong, especially after seeing your video. Thanks, just what I needed!

leptonsarecool Jul 30, 2014
I like the way you present information! You are very clear and concise. Your videos will empower many people, and help them escape the toxic and chaotic abuse of the BPD. It's too often, that society often forgets the true victim of that kind of abuse. Whether it be the spouse, parent, relative, or friend--education is vital to ensure that it really is not our fault a BPD does this to us. There is always a way out! Congrats on all the work you've done.

Gemma Gonzales Jun 29, 2014
One of your most insightful and self aware videos. You are gaining so much in your growth and clarity. NO MORE BS! ZERO TOLERANCE! This is essential to practice daily for us who have people pleasing syndrome. YOU ARE FINALLY A MAN and grown up. I am still practicing this in my daily life when I encounter anyone now. I falter sometimes, but ultimately, I do not allow anyone to walk over me. And yes, it's so hard to avoid our own uncomfortable feelings and easy to just please so people will like us. I completely understand, but the freedom we get for standing up for ourselves is deeply satisfying that no one can take that sense of power away from us. Keep going Robert! YOU ARE AWESOME!

Gemma Gonzales Jun 22, 2014
Your videos are amazing to my self esteem and outlook on relationships and life. Your videos are helpful in my recovery from my BPD husband of 4 years. It took me 2 years to go through that grieving process and from my FOO and still ongoing. We have so much in common about recovery from codependency and people pleasing. I almost got into a NPD relationship recently but prevented myself because of my new life in recovery. I'm Filipino American female in my early 40s and love your sense of humor, outlook, and self development. I would absolutely would like to meet you even though I am on the US east coast. Wishing you blessings and healing! and YES! Always look on the bright side of life!

Russell Vance Jun 4, 2014
Thank you for this video. I need to better inform myself on this. I am in a 15 marriage with what I recently discovered is a BPD afflicted wife. I really could have used this info years ago. Glad to find it now.

Nick Bloem May 28, 2014
Just to know I'm not alone has been a huge source of power for me. Thank you!

Will Ashley May 22, 2014
I'm 17 and in a relationship with someone who is borderline. I'm very unhappy with the relationship at this point but I don't know how to get out of it. I tried to stick it out and maybe hope for the better, but it has gotten much worse. My girlfriend has threatened suicide and many other horrible things if I do break up with her. These videos are helping with encouragement to move on, thank you.

Amy Carr Mar 11, 2014
I've had these moments a lot... Aha's... My old behavior attracted people who knew they could push me over, too. That's not the case anymore. Someone made me feel unworthy daily and I know that's not true. He didn't deserve me then and he surely doesn't deserve the best me. :) another good video!!!

minglouie Jan 27, 2014
Robert, I just want to say thanks for creating this series about your dealings with being in a relationship with BPD. I am highly struggling with the breakup of someone who has BPD. Your videos are helping me somewhat, I won't lie that its tough, but I am aware that you understand completely where I am coming from. I just want to say thanks. I would be totally lost without your videos. Keep up the great work!

Luna Olcott Dec 15, 2013
I found your videos while looking for information about how to cope with a breakup a few months ago. Your videos continue to comfort me, and to help me to keep on track with my creativity and critical thinking (I, too, am an artist, and it is difficult to tap into my Muse [while keeping a clear critical mind] without being swayed by hypocritical those who seem to get so much out of church and beliefs for their own reasons...whereas, as an artist, I try to use the Muse for my art/and for the viewer (hope that made sense, the hypocrites are always trying to persuade me to see my art as a Product for future bartering, rather than enjoying the process with me). Keep up the good work...thank you again, your vlogs are very cool.