HER: Divorce Workshop
Shallow breathing, chest tightening, a mind spiraling out of control.
You never thought you’d be here.
This happens to other women.
And yet, here you are…
You’ve heard the horror stories.
It’s more awful than you can imagine.
It’s so much harder than I thought it would be.
I’ll never be the same.
That’s “truth” but not the whole truth.
It’s more awful than you can imagine, but… I am in a much better place now.
It’s so much harder than I thought it would be but… it made me stronger than I thought I could ever be.
I’ll never be the same… and thank goodness for that.
You’ve heard the horror stories…
but here’s the whole truth.
It’s more awful than you can imagine,
but… I am in a much better place now.
It’s so much harder than I thought it would be
but… it made me stronger than I thought I could ever be.
I’ll never be the same…
and thank goodness for that.
Divorce is a time of loss, grief, and upheaval. Yes, yes, and yes. It’s also a time of reflection, growth, and hope. But, it doesn’t just happen. Prince Charming isn’t riding in to save you. It’s up to you. And, the stakes? Well, they couldn’t be higher.
Can I afford to stay in the home I raised my children in?
Will I ever be able to retire?
Are my children going to be okay?
Can I afford to get a divorce?
Am I being selfish?
Will I have to live in an apartment?
Am I divorcing my friends too?
The answers to these questions are often the difference between a life of hope and optimism or one of misery and stagnation.
Making matters worse, there are no “second chances.” You have one chance and one chance only to get it right. No pressure…
That sense of overwhelm you’re feeling isn’t without merit. There’s a lot to be done. Are you motivated to action or paralyzed by fear and disbelief?
Whether by choice or thrust upon you, this is your path now. Don’t let him lead the way. Take control of your life and chart your own pathway forward.
And yes, of course, it’s “easier said than done.” The most worthwhile things are. And you are worth it!!
“But, how?” you ask. Get smart. Grow strong. Play to win.
Not to “teach him a lesson” or “take him for all he’s worth.” But, because you deserve to be happy. You deserve a full life, a life where your true, authentic self can shine through and isn’t defined by your partner.
Isn’t it time you prioritized … you?
“If you’re going through hell, keep going.”
We’re not going to sugarcoat it. Divorce can be hell. But, if that’s where you are, KEEP GOING.
Keep going, and strive to come out on the other side of hell stronger and more capable than going in.
Let us show you how to come out on the other side of hell, Stronger Than Before.
Sign Up for our FREE WomenFirst Webinar,
Divorce: Stronger Than Before
Date – Time – Time Zone
Through the guidance of a family law attorney, a Certified Financial Planner™, and a certified life coach, you will be shown a sensible approach to ending your marriage and getting you ready for a brighter tomorrow.
We’ll show you some tricks of the trade to take your man for everything he’s got and help ensure you get what you’re legally entitled to. Okay, so maybe that’s an exaggeration, but we will show you how to stand up for yourself and fight for your “fair share.”
Most importantly, we’ll help you build the proper mental framework for handling the “hell” that’s to come. You need to be as strong as you possibly can, not only for yourself but for those counting on you (kids, parents, coworkers). This is no time to do that “oh, it’s fine” thing and not advocate for yourself!
The HER Divorce Workshop Will Cover:
An overview of the legal process of divorce
- When you need an attorney and when you don’t
- Attorney challenges: legal fees, communication, not your therapist
- Child custody issues and child support
- Avoiding court through mediation and collaborative law.
The oddball world of divorce finances
- What it means to get your “fair share”
- How spousal support (alimony) is calculated
- Who gets the house? What about healthcare?
- Your financial life as a divorced woman
How to calm your inner critic
- Be true to yourself – how to put yourself first and not feel guilty about it
Family communication & dynamics
Helping children cope with the uncertainty of family life after divorce
Finding the right therapist or divorce coach