Life After Decades of Marriage Ending in Divorce
If you're reading this blog because you're facing decades of marriage ending in divorce, I want to tell you I'm sorry for what you're going through and I understand.
I was previously married for over 20 years and faced divorce with three children and running a household. I had many emotional struggles and dealt with depression and anxiety. I came out of it all - strong, and confident, and now have found my purpose in life.
I am a certified Life Coach and published author. I focus on divorce and health coaching with women over 40 to define their purpose. Women who may need a boost or someone who will keep them accountable as they embark on a fresh start. I can help you define your goals and outline your ideas to help you start reaching these set goals and together we can put together a plan to execute the steps to get there.
Ultimately it is your desire and initiative to make changes in your life. It is my purpose to ask thought-provoking questions to help you make changes to reach your vision.
My vision and mission are one. I want to inform women divorcing that a divorce coach is essential to have in order to prepare for their journey. I want to make them aware that a coach will help ease their stress, especially when it comes to the unknowns that they will face.
I hope to give women the opportunity to gain confidence as they move through the process while will empower them as they go into the next chapter of their lives. It is a new beginning for them and helping them realize this gives me joy.
I value family and friends. Giving back to my community is a big part of my life, and I volunteer for a few charities and even am on three committees for one of them. I also suggest volunteering for my clients as I believe doing good for others is a wonderful way to progress in the healing process.
I also believe that self-care is a big priority. It can be difficult to prioritize one's self during the divorce process, but it is vital to long-term success.
Divorce can be a difficult and emotionally draining experience, especially when it comes after decades of marriage. Although it can be hard to adjust in the beginning, there are many positive aspects to life after divorce.
After the initial shock and sadness subsides, many people find that they are free to pursue their individual goals and dreams and experience a newfound sense of freedom.
It is important to take the time to grieve and process the changes that have occurred. Allow yourself to take the time to heal and find a support system of friends and family who can be there for you. Take up new hobbies, or reconnect with old ones, that bring you joy and happiness.
It is also important to take time to reflect on what you learned and how you have grown from your divorce. You may find that you have gained valuable wisdom and insight into yourself and the world around you.
You may also have a better understanding of what you need in a relationship, and how to make a relationship successful.
Life after divorce can be a beautiful and fulfilling experience. You have the opportunity to re-discover yourself and find a new sense of freedom and joy.
With a positive attitude and the right support, you can make the most out of this life-changing experience.
If you're looking for a support system and aren't sure where to turn, please consider joining my Women Divorcing After Decades of Marriage Community, an online divorce support group.
This divorce support community was created to empower women who have been married for more than 20 years and are about to embark on a new beginning. You may have already been through the struggles of a divorce later in life and you want to help others who are on this journey.
Together, we will ask and answer questions. Find your new purpose and fall in love with yourself again or for the first time. We will incorporate self-care into your life by learning to eat healthily and finding an exercise routine that suits you. New ideas will be introduced to you.
Join other women as we support one another through this transition. You don't have to divorce alone, we will be your community.
I wish you the best during this hard time, and I want you to know that I am here to support you every step of the way. I've been in your shoes before and know what it's like to feel like you don't have the support system you once had.
This is why I was propelled into this role of a Divorce Coach so that I could help other women who were in the same situation as I was. I want women to feel like they always have an ally during their divorce no matter what. I hope to see you on my calendar for a call soon! Nanette Book a Call Follow me on Facebook, and Instagram, and join my Private Facebook Group