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With the right support and guidance, you can navigate through this difficult time and emerge stronger on the other side. Whether you're grappling with decisions about your future, adjusting to new routines, or dealing with emotional upheaval, know that there are resources and strategies available to help you cope and find stability. You don't have to face this journey alone.

The beginning of Divorce can feel like wandering in the dark. The shock and reality of the impending significant life change is confusing, complicated, and overwhelming. 

Rapid thoughts consume every ounce of your soul. What if I can’t afford to live how I have been accustomed to? What if my kids suffer from choices I make in the divorce? What will  the neighbors think? Where do I find a job? Why can’t I sleep? When will I feel like myself  again?...  

This is the Fall phase of Divorce.  

You might feel as if you have no idea how to navigate what I call, “The Early Hours of  Divorce”. 

Big mistakes in Divorce often surface during the Fall, such as Digging in your heels: “My way or the highway”, Throwing in the towel, or Betting the farm on another relationship.  

As a Divorce Coach, I am here to offer you a safe space to explore and express emotions or concerns without judgment. 

Through active listening and empathetic guidance, I am an essential thinking partner to build emotional resilience as you work to make informed decisions that align with your values and goals. 

Grief is a complex emotion to navigate, especially in the early hours of divorce, losing something you held most dear.  

It’s in our nature to outrun the bear, it’s completely understandable how you might want to resist the fall.  

I am here to help you discover tools and techniques that work for you during this fragile time. 

Together we will figure out the problem and create a blueprint to traverse this foreign land. 


If you're feeling full of turmoil and uncertainty, you're not alone. Divorce can bring about a whirlwind of emotions and challenges that may seem overwhelming. But it's important to remember that these feelings are natural and temporary.

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