Feeling overwhelmed and out of control does not have to be the norm.
Moving on from divorce is hard. Dating can seem hopeless at times. This does not have to be your reality. When you know what you want and what you don’t want, dating can be fun again.
It’s okay to work on your relationship
Communication is important in relationships, but it’s easier said than done. Effective communication takes practice and a little guidance.
Once you have the tools to express your wants and needs, you’ll find more joy in every relationship; whether it’s your first date or a long-term partner.
Dating success happens when you take responsibility.
What if you woke up every day knowing that relationship success happens when you act with intention?
You’d feel empowered because you have the necessary skills to communicate your needs, identify a good fit in a partner, and hold yourself to a higher standard. This allows you to take back control of your love life.
What makes a genuine connection?
Why don’t people feel satisfied in loving relationships? Why does dating seem so daunting at times?
When a date or relationship feels uncomfortable, it’s can sometimes be a result of not knowing yourself and your wants and needs. Are you jumping back into the dating world too quickly? Are you being honest with yourself about what you need in a partner?
These feelings can be especially noticeable after a divorce. Change and transition can knock us off-balance, making us confused about what we really want out of dating. Finding a balance and setting priorities can set you on the path towards a more fun dating life.
Taking back control
It takes boldness to know when to be vulnerable and ask for help. It takes compassion for yourself.
I show people different ways to move through the pain that can come with divorce and breakups.
There is no reason to feel like there is no way through.
A Little About Me
My work in this world is to help.
My journey has taught me a lot and created my own purpose:
As a young therapist, I learned compassion and perseverance.
My transition to being a full-time mom forced me to be patient with myself and others.
Moving my family across the country helped me expand my ideals and embrace new ideas.
Rebuilding life after divorce made me find out who I am as a woman and compelled me to dig deep into who I wanted to be. Taking bold steps to feel worthy again.
Experiencing grief through the death of loved ones taught me how to handle sorrow and walk through emotional pain.
Rebuilding myself outside of mom roles made me stop questioning my worth as anything besides a mom and required me to acknowledge that I have many different strengths and skills.
And re-entering the work world as a professional coach required me to believe in myself, own my potential, and do the work that I am meant to do.
I can honestly say – I have experienced a lot!
Through it all, I have learned that life takes perseverance. It takes courage.
I can help, I can guide, I can support and cheer you on!
My business as well as my life is heart-centered and human-focused.