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we don't know how to marry and we certainly don't know how to divorce either.
My best divorce advice comes from own journey- my life has not been easy in the past decade. I was thrown into one tornado after another. Unwillingly and with total confusion. But I came out BETTER than I was before my divorce. You know why? Because I understood the deep rooted reasons WHY I suffered for so many years and HOW I ended up broke & broken.
I am quite certain your story is (or will be) ...
Do you ever ask yourself "how do I save my marriage"?
When it comes to marriage, we tend to live in the moment. Yet, from my experience, that moment rarely holds onto your marriage tightly. My question to you is...
How often do you and your spouse ...
Thinking about divorce? Is divorce always dreadful?
Or could it be a golden opportunity?
Do you feel you have LOST a part of yourself?
Would you like to REIGNITE...
I am certain you have just as many divorce questions as you have divorce stories.
The success of your divorce will rely on whether your divorce sit in yesterday’s saga?
Or are you focused on today and tomorrow?
Are you sitting in the looping sagas and reliving your divorce day after day?
Here are my 4 tips to an easy divorce and to truly sheltering your children in your divorce:
1. Children don't know what we, as adults know- don't treat them like an adult! Let them keep their innocence.
2. Your children are not your business associates nor your work colleagues. Asking your children to...
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Having marriage problems? Those of you who don’t have mutual marriage goals with your spouse will likely find yourselves thinking of divorce one day.
Because the two of you are likely walking on different paths that will not meet at any point- you are each walking in your own direction....
Divorce coaching is for you if you are contemplating divorce or newly separated?
You may or may not know, but you need to make a choice:
1. You can divorce alone without proper guidance or direction and… figure things out as you go along and inundate your friends & family with the sagas, dramas and worries
2. Surround yourself with a neutral support team an
Coping with divorce: I am lucky that I got divorced.
I am in a better place now than I was when married.
I am a much more evolved person now and I am able to do this because my divorce gave me the golden opportunity to create the life that I wanted and felt that I deserved.
Could I or would I have become this person if I were still married? Probably not.
We all need to be inspired by someone whose been there and done that, by someone who knows what to say to make us feel better, more alive and help us see the light at the end of the tunnel. If you are contemplating divorce or newly separated, you need words of inspiration to get you through this!
Your divorce is a journey. It takes you to a new place- a place of self discovery to look at what didn’t work and what needs to change. It’s your opportunity to rebuild yourself a brand new life designed to your perfection, as you desire it to be. It’s your Take 2. ..
Let’s make the world a better place and divorce with maturity!
Sounds weird, right?
Maturity... Divorce...does it even match? Does it even go together? It does and it should! ...
When there is a death of your spouse or your loved one, at the end of the day, after all the grieving and the loss of whatever was, you're still left with good memories. You want to remember the good days. You want to remember the good times you had together. You want to remember all the good that came out of your togetherness, your marriage, your union, your love.
Divorce annoyance #1: You know the feeling when your spouse or ex says something that simply makes you CRINGE!
…. When you just want to hide in a cave and scream?
I personally loath the words “I’ll try”. It is weak. It is an undecided positive-negative which makes it beyond annoying for anyone to be around such a wishy-washy kind of character.
BUT, I found a solution to avoiding the cringe when I hear those irritating words. Watch the video to find out if you can apply this strategy in your life.
My divorce affected me quite significantly. It came with heavy emotions, rocky roads and a whole load of repeated tornadoes.
I never knew how much of a burden I was carrying on my shoulders, I was hospitalized every year for one thing or another and I just felt like I was surviving day by day. I didn’t see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Little Sally’s $20 shoes & a grilled cheese sandwich cost a parent $5,000! What? Why?
These are typical divorce stories that get out of control because “emotions, ego and power” get in the way of PROPER & LOGICAL decision making. Watch the video for these killer stories!!!
Do you think you are “untouchable” from the horror divorce stories?
Do you think you KNOW the answers to “everything” and have what you need in order to AVOID the nastiness? And I say “everything” loosely because you I can guarantee that you have NO idea what is yet to come. I can guarantee you that you CANNOT PREDICT your soon to be ex nor can you predict what will and will not happen.
Your best alternative is to do the work on your own and LOGICALLY plan your next steps BEFORE uttering the word "divorce" to your partner.
We think we know how to divorce. We don’t.
We think we only need a lawyer and/or therapist.
That is WRONG thinking.
We don't know what we don't know.
As you enter this unknown territory, you are essentially rebuilding something that is broken. This requires careful planning and analysis from various professionals.
I was traumatized by my divorce.
When we think divorce, we assume each party goes their own separate ways and start to live as they desire.
Then when you get divorced, you realize that divorce is so much more than that.
Little did I know that I was NOT prepared for my divorce whatsoever.
I was so naive. I was so blinded. I was so clueless.
I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I honestly thought at the beginning that the divorce is about: I don't get along with you, you don't get along with me, we shouldn't be married, you go your way, I go my way and everybody goes their separate ways and the only thing we have in common are the kids.
One decade later, I can tell you that I severely misled myself.
A lot of people ask this one question: “how much is my divorce going to cost me?”
Impossible question to answer.
It's impossible to predict.
The only thing I can confirm to you with 100% certainty is that YOU can mess up your divorce by your first comments, triggers and how you react or respond to the very first conversations.
How do you know what to say and how to say it?
What is the right thing to say and do? Where do I start
These are all great questions that require carful analysis and consideration.
If you’re going to have this 1st conversation on a whim, unprepared and just “hope” that it will turn out ok, I would think AGAIN!
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