Are you a Divorced Woman or in the Process of Divorcing?

* Do you feel lost and alone?
 * Are you drowning in sorrow and confusion?
* Do you lay in bed at night crying wondering what went wrong in your marriage?
* Are you constantly questioning what you could have done to make things different?
* Do you wonder if you made the right decision?
* Are you afraid of what the future holds?

 

Are You Ready to Get Off the Emotional Roller Coaster?

 

The Choices You Make Today Will Determine the Rest of Your Life!

You are at a crossroad in your life. It is completely up to you what path you choose to take.

 

 Show me how I can RECLAIM my life beginning today!

 

 “Many individuals start to rediscover themselves, including their interests, values, and what’s really important to them after separation. Often people discover that they have “put away” parts of themselves that didn’t fit well into their past relationship. One of the most positive upshots of divorce is that those hidden aspects, interests, and desires can re-emerge, allowing people to feel more whole and more truly themselves. Discovering your sense of self outside of your past relationship can be a very powerful and fulfilling experience. That self-discovery provides the foundation for developing new close and meaningful relationships” Unknown

You can choose to EXIST or to LIVE

What’s it mean to choose to exist?

When you choose to exist you are giving control of your life over to other people and circumstances that surround you. Women rarely find peace and happiness here.

What’s it mean to choose to live?

When you choose to live you take over your own life and CREATE the life that you desire starting from this point forward. YES, it is possible to leave the past in the past and create a masterpiece out of your life!

I did it and so can you! I got a divorce after 20 years of marriage. Even though I am the one that initiated it I felt lost, alone, bewildered and scared to death! Trying to figure out the next day frightened me, let alone trying to think of where I would be in a year or two. My family and some of my friends cheered me on while others were of NO support believing that since I left him I wasn’t in emotional turmoil. Some of my friends berated me for leaving. They said things like, “He is such a good man, why did you leave him?” Read my in depth story here …

Fast forward to today. I am a strong independent women living a happy and peaceful life. I am married to a wonderful man who treats me like a queen, respects and supports me. I have a thriving business doing what I love, helping divorced women move through the emotional obstacles they are facing and CREATE the life of their dreams.

What does it take to CREATE your life?

Confidence ~ Responsibility ~ Enthusiasm ~ Action ~ Trust ~ Evolve

Confidence ~ Take the time to find out who you are. Develop confidence in your gifts and talents. Developing confidence lies in your ability to utilize your passion for the good of others.

Responsibility ~ Be responsible for everything that happens in your life. You may not be able to control other people and circumstances, however you can control your reaction, your attitude and your thoughts.

Enthusiasm ~ Be enthusiastic about life and all the opportunities that surround you. Count your blessings every day. Find everything that is right about your life and your world and focus on them.

Action ~ Take action every day. This can be something as simple as holding the door open for someone to something more life changing like changing jobs or moving to a new city.

Trust ~ Trust in yourself. Trust that things will work there self out. Trust that there is a life after divorce out there for you and is just waiting for you to grab it. Let go of the notion that you must do everything.

Evolve ~ Be open to the fact that you are always evolving, always growing, always learning. Experiment with new things. Try to do something new and different every week.

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