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London, UK, July 16th 2004: A new survey has looked at people’s lives from end to end, and has some surprising findings relating to modern relationships, careers, wellbeing, social lives and support structures.

Coaching website www.lifecoachforyou.com carried out the survey in the first half of 2004, and the survey shows that people really do want to have, do and be more, but aren't sure how to go about getting what they want. Some of the findings are shown below.

Relationships
- Just 55% of people in relationships say that they are ‘very happy’.

- The biggest things people want more of in their relationship are one to one time, consideration and sex.

- Three quarters of singles would like to be in a relationship.

Careers
- 3 out of 10 people are looking for a new job, while 4 out of 10 people would like to change careers altogether. Of those people wanting a career change, they’d be stopped in doing so because of a drop in salary, because they don’t have a clear direction and because they lack the confidence to change.

- More women than men are stressed at work, with 28% of women saying they experience significant and unhealthy levels of stress at work, as opposed to 19% of men.

Wellbeing
- 72% of people would like to be more confident, with people rating themselves as 67% confident on average.

- Nearly 6 out of 10 people have been depressed in the past, and of those 3 out of 10 still are.

- 37% of people stated that they’ve experienced some kind of mid-life or identity crisis.

Social Life
- Just 29% of people said that their social life was fulfilling.

- Having more fun, more spontaneity and having a larger group of friends are the biggest things people want to enhance their social life.

Support
- Three quarters of people have had their health affected by stress.

- The biggest areas of life that people want to see progress in are their careers, the finances and their intimate relationships.

Findings can be broken down by gender and age, among other factors. For more information on the survey and further findings contact Steve Errey at LifeCoachForYou.

Contact Information
For more information contact Steve Errey at LifeCoachForYou

Email: steve@lifecoachforyou.com
Website: www.lifecoachforyou.com
Phone: 0845 644 3001

About Steve Errey
Steve Errey is a UK based life coach who works with singles and couples on their fulfillment. He trained and became accredited as a life coach with Results Coaching Systems (one of the biggest and most successful training schools in the world), is a member of the International Coaching Federation (the de-facto standard coaching body across the globe) and follows their stringent ethical and professional guidelines. He coaches people around the world on different areas of their lives, with particular focus and experience in relationships, careers and confidence.

Steve has been featured in publications as diverse as Men's Fitness, Zest, London Today, New Woman and Top Sante. He’s had a regular life coaching slot on BBC Radio Kent as well as a TV show produced by RDF Media called 'Navigators', which is due to air this summer. Subjects he’s been interviewed for and contributed to include dealing with mid-life crisis, how to feel satisfied in life, how to get more charisma, dealing with a difficult parent, coping with winter blues, how to get past a negative body image and many more.

For more information look at www.lifecoachforyou.com/press.htm.

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