Everything will be okay in the end.
If it’s not okay,
It’s not the end.
– Fernando Sabino
You will need a Divorce Coach if you are
- Contemplating divorce
- In the heat of it
- Building the new normal
- Looking for a non-destructive path through the grief, pain and logistics of divorce
- Before – During – After
It probably started as a love story.
That’s what makes it all so crushing.
We have a choice in how the story goes.
I hope that someday you can tell the story of your divorce without clenching your jaw.
I want to help you and your partner write a better story of divorce.
A story rooted in grace. For ourselves. For each other.
You will be making so many decisions.
Decisions that cast a long shadow throughout the life of your family.
I will help you, and your partner, show up as the best version of yourself as you make those decisions.
The right guide can help you steer clear of undue stress, anger, and expense.
Been There Done That
I am proud of my divorce. I know, it sounds weird, but somehow feels right. How can divorce be a good thing? Nobody is looking to plan a divorce when they get married. But it continues to happen. So let’s stop denying this fact and help families and couples do it Good-er with a Good Divorce Coach. We have options beyond the divorce narrative our culture continues to amplify; your kids will flunk out of life and you will become destitute, blah blah blah.
There are other options. I can help you learn how to make it suck a little bit less. Like any important relationship, it requires effort. My marriage ended in 2011, but the relationship did not end. We chose to become parents together, and that business is forever. So we went through the total-life-sucking divorce process, and managed not to blow up ourselves or the family. That. Takes. Effort. Then we had to reconstruct a new relationship, our Divorce Relationship. Like everyone else, we are figuring it out as we go.
Messy. Hard. Beautiful.
Most days we do a really good job of being one family living in two homes.
I can show you the way to your own GOOD DIVORCE.
The American Bar Association defines divorce coaching as a flexible, goal-oriented process designed to support, motivate, and guide people going through divorce to help them make the best possible decisions for their future, based on their particular interests, needs, and concerns.
This is a safe place to gather information about relationship stuff. Our conversations will remain private and confidential.
I was hesitant to work with anyone during our separation; it felt so intimate and personal. But after my first meeting with Karen I was convinced that we likely couldn’t do it without her. Karen was wonderful – calm, kind, considerate and fair. She helped us maneuver what felt like impossible conversations and I’m forever grateful that we had her by our side.
— Janice W.
Divorce Coach Client
I am here to help
Every great connection starts with a conversation – let’s talk.
DISCLAIMER: This is a safe place to gather information about relationship stuff. Our conversations will remain private and confidential.