Divorce isn’t easy. You’re crying all the time. Maybe drinking a lot. Or you’re seriously pissed off and can’t stop thinking about everything your ex did that brought you to this point.
The person who was once your teammate, your partner, now seems like your enemy, trying to steal both your children and your peace.
You’re still questioning whether the divorce was the right decision even as you need to make new big decisions.
You need to talk to someone. But all your friends are married and don’t get what it’s like to be divorced. Or they’re tired of listening to you talk about it and you can’t stand to see their eyes glaze over one more time. Not to mention, you’re pretty sure they’re gossiping about you behind your back.
And the people that do support and listen to you? They’re so on your side that you don’t know if they’re giving you solid advice or just saying what they know you want to hear. And as comforting as what they say might be, you really need someone to tell it like it is.
You feel alone and lost. You have no idea what the future holds – or even what you want it to hold. Everything you wanted just vanished with the words “I want a divorce.” And whether it was your decision, your ex’s decision, or a mutual agreement, you’re still angry, confused, and sad.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
You’ve lost perspective and need someone to help you gain some clarity. You need someone who will tell you that sending rage-filled texts or leaving tear-soaked voicemails is just a bad idea. You need someone who can help you think about the future, what you want, and how you can get there.
You need someone who can hold you accountable and make sure you’re practicing self-care, eliminating or reducing stress, and building new routines, rituals, and traditions for yourself and with the kids.
Someone who encourages you to set intentions and goals, helps you break them down into manageable steps, and cheers you on as you start moving toward the future you’re trying to create.
Someone who helps you keep moving forward instead of looking back.
You need someone who will be as blunt and honest as your best friend while also holding you accountable like your mom. That’s my cue.
I’ve been a divorced mom for 17 years. I’ve been right where you are. I know how hard it is to get out of the muck that is life after divorce and figure out how to thrive. As your Post-Divorce Coach, I’m here to help you get out of that muck and start thriving too.
Let me help you get back to who you used to be – or move forward into who you want to be. Let me help you find clarity on what you want, see the opportunities you have (I promise they exist), gain confidence, and fall in love with the life you have now – even if it’s not the life you thought you’d be living.
Let me give you best friend advice with a side of perspective. I’ll tell you when you’re on the right track for what you want and when you’re veering off into the Divorce Badlands again.
I want to help you shed your old ways and reframe your perspective of yourself. I want to help you reclaim your life.
I want you to be a whole woman, offering the truth of who you are to your relationships and your life so your relationships and your life can be exactly what you want them to be. Let me be your guide as you come back to your essential self.
What do you get from working with me?
- Introduce small yet impactful practices of self-care
- Reduce & eliminate stress, sleep better and feel more energized
- Gain a deeper understanding of who you truly are so you can focus on moving forward
- Learn outside-the-box decision making
- Break free from confusion & doubt to finally find clarity about your decisions
- Re-imagine life after divorce with clear steps to get there
- Turn fear of the future into hope & excitement for what’s ahead of you
- Incorporate simple yoga techniques to bring balance and peace into your life, set intentions & shift energy
- Create traditions and routines specifically for your new family unit
- Return focus to your needs, desires and big dreams
- Get mom-to-mom (or dad) insights on parenting agreements & effective co-parenting (NOT legal advice)
- Build calm, clear, and confident communication with your ex, kids, and others
- Learn communication strategies for difficult people
- Learn to reframe situations so you feel powerful instead of powerless
- Drop feelings of helplessness and identify practical actions to pivot into your new life
- Explore creative thought exercises, art practices and meditations with writing prompts
- Find simple self-love practices you can do anytime
- Get dating and relationship guidance
- Stand in your own power and reclaim control
- Find a new perspective on your divorce and put it into the bigger picture of your life