Just clicking on this website and thinking about taking one little step toward divorce can be terrifying. I get it.

Perhaps you've clicked away a few times, or just stared at the screen, not sure you want to be the woman who says, "Yes, I need some help now."

I understand. Experience tells me that if you are scared, you really do need help. And that you are in exactly the right place.

As your best friend in divorce, I will

listen without judgement.

keep it conversational and confidential. You and I are the only ones who will know about your call, questions and concerns.

not get worn out by your story, the drama or any of the emotions that seem to swirl around you all the time.

not advise you to get divorced or not to get divorced. I can help you think through your many options, and guide you to making a calm, clear and confident decision that is all your own, but I will not try to sell you on joining the divorce club.

be very clear about how I can help and what coaching entails, so you are not blindsided and are always in a power seat.

straight-forward, kind and completely on your side. I don't play devil's advocate, and I am solely invested in you.

share how investing in divorce coaching can actually save you money in your divorce.

Whatever fear, worry or overwhelm you are feeling right now will be eased as soon as we start our conversation.

When you reach out for a complimentary call, you are telling yourself that your health, your happiness, your big life, and your amazing self are way more powerful than whispering the d-word out loud.

Take this first step for yourself, and I will be there to help you take each one after that. I promise.

Say yes to yourself.

If any of these statements resonate with you, what have you got to lose? Set up a complimentary call with me today.

I have no one to talk to, I don’t want my friends and family to judge me.

I don’t know where to start, this is all so overwhelming.

What will happen once I make the call or get the process started?

I have kids, what will divorce mean for them?

I haven’t been single in forever, I don’t know how.

Money is already tight, I don’t know how I’ll afford it.

I don’t want my future ex to know that I’ve contacted someone or started the divorce process.

My partner initiated a divorce and I need support, I was blindsided.

I’m terrified, lost and confused. What do I do first?

I just need a friend and someone who has been through this process. I understand divorce but just want someone to bounce things off of.

Does this sound like you?

I’m here for you and can be every step of the way. You don’t have to do this alone. Set up a call today.