Most of what we see from other couples is anger, venom, and a great deal of pain and destruction in the wake of a divorce...
But even if this is the only kind of divorce you’ve seen, it isn’t the only option.
Peacefully parting ways CAN be done, but it’ll take intention, compassion, and understanding.
I know this because I’ve seen it happen over and over again.
Some of my clients still celebrate holidays together as a family.
Some of them are able to peacefully co-parent.
One of my clients even went for ice cream together after signing their divorce papers - and he had been against the divorce from the start!
And in every single case, I only worked with the women, not the couple. I never even met the husbands.
It’s in both of your best interests to part ways peacefully, avoiding being stuck in angst and bitterness for the next 20 years or more.
Even better, your kids won’t have to suffer because mom and dad can’t be emotionally mature adults.
And it’s not only possible to do this; with the right steps, it’s plausible.
So I’ve put together a comprehensive program on how to peacefully unwind your marriage so you can find your own truth and clarity and begin moving toward happiness for yourself.
With that said, let me tell you...