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Divorce Recovery Coach, Life Coach

About Karen Finn

Are you stressed and confused about divorce?  Are you thinking things like:

  • How will I get through my separation and divorce?
  • I feel like a failure because my marriage has ended.
  • I just wish all this divorce stuff would be over so I could feel "normal" again.
  • I'm so ANGRY at my ex.
  • Will I ever be happy again?
  • I'm so afraid of what my life will be like after my divorce.
  • I don't want to be alone for the rest of my life.

If you’re ready to get the support you need to make it through the chaos and confusion of divorce so you can get on with living the Best of your life – then I’m the coaching partner for you.

I offer complimentary consultation calls for potential clients.  During our call you'll be able to tell me about your situation and we’ll work together to come up with solutions. 

With our work together, you’ll be able to avoid the mistakes and poor decisions so very many people make when they go through divorce.  With one of my products, you'll learn exactly how much more healing you have to do and exactly what to do to feel better. With my e-book, On the Road from Heartbreak to Happiness, you'll have daily ideas for getting through the toughest emotions of divorce.  In my coaching practice, we'll work together so you’ll get really clear about what you want your ideal post-divorce life to be like and start taking the right steps at the right time to make it a reality.  You’ll create your new happily ever after.

My work as a divorce coach was inspired by my own stressful and painful divorce experience in 2002.  I kept wishing there was a single resource I could turn to to help me make it through my divorce and all the life changes that came with it, but there wasn’t.  I had to go through my painful transition with bits and pieces of help from various people, but I was charting my own path completely alone.  I made mistakes and poor decisions because I was caught up in all the change and not able to be objective.  I don’t want that to happen to you.

You deserve to have support to make it through the stress and pain of your divorce as quickly and completely as possible so you can start really living the best of your life.

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