There are all sorts of reasons why people leave relationships and though break ups are incredibly common, they're also deeply personal.

That's the painful part of divorcing. That's what makes it feel so utterly alone.

Well that, and simply not grasping what's going on... what it takes to move on, how to move on, how to manage the stress, the fear, the loneliness, anger, grief... need I say more?

After going through 3 divorces over the past 40 + years (one as a child) getting down and dirty on how to heal from the experience, and creating powerful perspectives to ground this modern day rite of passage, I know that right now:

Your fears and worries start the moment you open your eyes and start to check messages on your phone.

You look around for advice but no one understands you.

You're incredibly frustrated and powerless about the pace of your separation and the way your future looks from here.

You're overwhelmed, taken off-guard by the onslaught of emotions and don't know how to handle the anger.

Even onto a calmer stage, you have no idea how to make yourself whole again.

You look in the mirror and don't recognize the man or woman you've had to become.

If this sounds like the story of your heartache, you're in the right place.

(I hate to say it, but this is the before story of practically every divorcee I've ever worked with.) 

So let's get you going in the right direction: 

Divorce Unloaded™

Usually when you begin a divorce, you don’t have any idea of what’s going to happen. There’s no road map - an attorney has protocols and legalities - but for the client, the person who’s life is falling apart, you can't possibly understand what you're going to truly go through. And not being properly informed, only concentrating on “how much is this going to cost me?” creates a ton of fear and anxiety!

So I created Divorce Unloaded™ to help clients become equipped! Knowing what I know about divorce, I dig deep, getting to understand the person in front of me and teasing out what's up ahead. I share what I’m seeing and deliver a written assessment. Turning worry and concern into a plan with a strategy - having a head's up on what to expect - having a sense of where to go - gives you direction and control.