Are you sick and tired of the ups and downs associated with your divorce?

Are you ready to find some peace in your life?

As a woman that's been there, I understand the loneliness, hopelessness, despair, confusion and fear that can seem overwhelming and next to impossible to bear. Divorce is hard!

While you are grieving the loss of your marriage, you must make important decisions that will impact you for the rest of your life. You may not realize all of the emotional effects of divorce or what type of support is right for you.

You may not feel free to make your own choices, it appears as if there is this invisible wall blocking you from moving forward. You are struggling to make some normalcy in your life.

You may believe that once the legal documents are signed and you are legally divorced, that you will feel better. This is often not the case. Many women report feeling worse after the legal documents have been filed. You may be full of regrets, asking yourself why, and thinking if only. You also may have to contend with co-parenting, less financial stability and a new woman in your ex's life.

You may feel as if no one understands the emotional turmoil you are in. Whether you are in the midst of a nasty divorce or are already legally divorced, I can give you a nurturing, safe environment to vent your frustrations, explore your options and gain clarity within the emotional turmoil so that you will know what steps to take in this new journey of your life.

Begin, by taking the Divorce Recovery Compass assessment and receive some important next steps based on where you are in the divorce recovery process. My promise to you is that you will come away with hope and feel inspired with one or two techniques that will empower you to let go of the past and move forward with ease.

The Reason I Became A Helping Professional

After living with a man that put me down for 20 years, I had low self-esteem, felt like I was unworthy of being loved and was the ugliest person that ever lived. He had a horrible temper and I was living on eggshells. The night my brother died, he refused to comfort me and it was then that I knew something had to change, I either had to curl up and die or fight. 

My past has helped me to develop a loving compassionate way of helping people overcome their own challenges. I accept people for who they are and where they are. I am passionate about helping you improve all aspects of your life.

Between my personal experience, assisting clients as a life coach and working in social services, I have found that many women suffering from divorce have difficulty finding support that is safe and nurturing.

You must go through a grieving process to accept the loss of your relationship as well as the hopes and dreams that you had for it. It is only then that you can stand on your own two feet and create a happy and fulfilling life. I am here to hold to hold your hand and to cheer you on as you move forward.

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I look forward to hearing from you,


Cindy Holbrook

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Abuse / Survivors of Abuse, Dating/Being Single Support, Divorce Rehabilitation, Divorce/Divorce Prevention, Domestic Abuse, Empowering Women, Forgiveness, Life Management, Life Transitions, Online Dating, Parenting, Self-Esteem, Stress Management