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Life's a beach, right? You meet someone special, your soulmate, the one who lights your fire, the person with whom you will walk the sands on sunny days and cold nights, when the seas are glassy and when hurricanes threaten. 

Then one day you find yourself walking alone more and more. Your soulmate, your fire, your refuge in the storm is no longer beside you. You stop and wonder, "What happened to my life? When did it all change?" And you mourn. You grieve the loss of the life you had and the life you always dreamed you would share. But it's gone. Washed away by the bitter surf of strife, discontent, stress, boredom, divergence, infidelity, or maybe even abuse.

Now you're a piece of driftwood, caught in the rip tide, unable to get your footing.  Are you asking yourself . . .

  • Who am I now?
  • Where do I go from here?
  • How will I take care of myself and my children?
  • Will I ever been happy, confident, fulfilled, secure again?

Here's the thing about driftwood. From the time it sprouted it's been shaped not only by its own genetics, but by its surroundings, the weather, the creatures it nurtured, and of late, the tumultuous waves. It looks different than it did back in the day, and it is absolutely beautiful in its own right. The veins are sharper, yet the edges are softer. It can be carved and molded more easily than ever without losing its essential character and uniqueness.

I am here to say that you can indeed be happy, confident, fulfilled and secure again. You will not be the same. Those days are long gone. You will be better. I'm living proof. That is why I became a certified divorce coach. 

What is a Divorce Coach?

 

 

"You've got to kick the darkness 'til it bleeds daylight."

--Bruce Cockburn

 

 

 

 

 

No matter how "easy" the divorce, no matter which party initiates the break-up, neither comes out the other side unscathed. Emotions run the gamet. Grief over the demise of the relationship, feelings of failure, anger and frustration, fear for the future, relief and happiness. 

As a divorce coach, I work with clients before, during and after the divorce (and other long-term relationships) to smooth the way and help them find emotional independence, confidence and financial security.

My goal is to help you understand the process of divorce, sort out your concerns, identify your needs, articulate your wants and learn the skills necessary to design the next phase of your amazing life.  

Whether you are contemplating divorce, slogging through the court case, negotiating the settlement details or weighing your next moves, I can help. Call me at 972-292-7337 to set up a complimentary discovery session to explore how we can work together to get you from where you are to where you want to be.