If you answered "yes"
to any of these questions, then you’ve come to the right place.
No doubt your divorce has sent you into a
tailspin. If you are confused, angry and frightened, you are not
alone. Millions of women experiencing late-in-life
divorce—including me—have been there.
If you are ready to get past the emotional barriers and move
on with your life, my new site will be perfect place for you to get started.
You can read Posts I have written that address challenges you are facing and practical solutions for
overcoming them. Another section of the new website is for Divorce Support Questions and Answers. I make it a point to respond to every question submitted as quickly as I can. With your permission, I'll share the questions you ask on my site to give others the opportunity to read questions from other women and my answers. People have told me that it helps them to know they're not alone in this endeavor.
I want you to know that whether you're a client or not, I will be your biggest cheerleader. Whenever you share with everyone the progress you are making in your own divorce recovery process in the comments section of any of the blog posts on the new site, I will rejoice and cheer with you.
My New Website
My practice has grown significantly since I launched my original website Judy Smith Divorce Coaching for Women over 50 in 2008. I recently launched a new website which includes a whole new section on Career Coaching in addition to the information about my Divorce Recovery Coaching..
Career Coaching has always been an important part of my Divorce Recovery Coaching program. However, a funny thing happened as I helped women (and a few men) work through the divorce recovery process. My clients started telling their friends and family about how instrumental I was in helping them find their ideal career.
I quickly learned that divorce recovery coaching and career coaching can be surprisingly similar. Men and women who had devoted themselves to their job only to be dismissed, fired or laid off must process the same feelings of abandonment, betrayal and fear that I frequently see in my divorce coaching clients. Fortunately, the same exercises and assessments that help the recently divorced find the ideal career are equally beneficial for those who aren't divorcing but are still seeking a new career path.
I'm confident the information I share through my new website will be of great
interest to you. As you take advantage of the resources offered on this website, I think you will find that you are learning how to live happily ever after – divorced or not. ….and that’s no fairy tale!