Divorce Sucks! Don't Go It Alone!

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Divorce Sucks! Don't Go It Alone!
Working with a divorce coach will help you succeed---not just survive, your divorce.

While not incredibly well-known, divorce coaching will help you before, during and after your divorce. Coaching provides a safe, confidential space where you can explore what you want for yourself and identify all the things that are holding you back. And having been there myself, I know there is A LOT holding you back. When it comes to divorce, our inner critics are running rampant feeding us fear, confusion, anger and self-doubt. It's not a good place to be in. It's incredibly difficult to make any decisions in that place, never mind the right ones. And it's almost impossible to create a vision for yourself for when this is all over. If you don’t have a vision for a better life, what are you working towards in your divorce?

Focused on the present and the future, coaching will help you explore and address all of your questions and confusion. Who are you now? Who do you want to be in the future? How do you deal with the fear of the unknown? How do you get past all that anger, hurt and resentment? Who are you now that you're single? How do you cope with the confusing and unending legal process?

Coaching will expand your possibilities and empower you to move forward with confidence and excitement. With clarity, you will make better decisions for yourself and your children throughout the legal process and beyond. Clarity also puts you in a better position in your negotiation with a higher probability of getting what you want. And your coach is your shoulder to cry on, your sounding board, your cheerleader and your biggest fan.

A divorce coach is also a lot less expensive than a divorce attorney. So, while it seems counterintuitive to add yet another expense to the pile that your divorce has created, hiring a divorce coach is a smart choice that will actually save you money in the long run. It will save you money in attorney fees, and it will save you money by helping you make better decisions throughout the divorce process.

The great news about having a bomb go off is that you get to re-build the pieces however you like. Divorce sucks, but it is also an incredible opportunity to transform your life. So, don't feel like you have to do this alone. Your coach is out there ready to help you and cheer you on!

Contact Laura for your free, 60-minute confidential consultation to help you make better decisions in your divorce, achieve better outcomes and lower the cost. And sign up on my website to download your free MoxieLife Divorce Survival Guide -- where I give you easy action steps for getting off the emotional rollercoaster in your divorce!

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Laura Miolla

Divorce Coach

Laura Miolla

MoxieLife -- Coaching for a Fearless Life Before, During and After Divorce

laura@moxelifecoach.com

www.moxielifecoach.com

Location: Amesbury, MA
Credentials: ACC, CPCC, MA
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