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In the best of circumstances, divorce is heavily emotional. It can create negative reactions and is often the reason people act out of character.
In the content and videos on this site, you’re going to read or hear me talk about things that happened to me. You’ll read or hear the emotions in my words and voice. That’s because it’s real. It’s my story from my point of view.
Being emotional is normal for everyone involved. My story is meant only to share with you how crazy divorce can be and give you the comfort of knowing you’re not alone.
This website and any information contained herein is solely for informational purposes. While it is important that you educate yourself, nothing herein should be construed as legal advice. We urge you to contact an attorney for advice pertaining to your legal needs.
If you’re not feeling the love in your love relationship, if your life partner is feeling like a life sentence, or if your soul mate has morphed into your soul hate, I can help.
If you’re seriously dating, engaged, married, life-partnered, separated, divorce-curious, breaking up, divorcing, or post-divorce co-parenting, you’re in a relationship with someone you love or once loved.
Creating more loving relationships takes willingness and conscious effort. Practice giving love in word and deed. Both are necessary to build trust, mutual affection, and longevity. Learn your partner’s love language, and help your partner learn yours. Repeat daily.
How do you best build and nurture the keeper relationship when the going gets tough? How do you learn from the relationship that didn’t make it? How do you create a new way of being in relationship when you’re divorced but co-parenting?
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Peaceful, meaningful, mindful, and loving relationships are my specialty. Healthy, happy relationships happen when each member of the couple is healthy and happy individually.