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Naked Recovery
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Divorce coach, Change Management Specialist
Divorce coach, Change Management Specialist

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Staying healthy during trauma is something that doesn't often cross the minds of those in the midst of it, and it's something I'm passionate about taking on. When MHLC approached me about guest writing an article for them last month, I was all over it with this topic. Have a read and feel free to pass it along!

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Happy Wednesday Everyone! Here's a little motivation for the day. :) #bitterness   #divorce   #motivation   #relationships  
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"How do we avoid long-term emotional scars?"

This is a topic I have to go through with nearly every client I work with, the good news is that their is a way to avoid these long-term emotional scars...

I'm currently in the midst of preparing a powerful live webinar to help ensure that you do not suffer these life-long emotional scars. Ultimately, there are 10 critical things to do, through which you will heal successfully.

I know there is likely to be a lot of questions, so I will be restricting this event to just a small group of people so I can deal with all the matters that come up during the event.

To learn more and receive future updates, please sign up via the included link.

#divorce   #support   #webinar   #relationships   #advice  #progress

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A #tbt to one of our most popular videos! #divorce   #ex   #exwife   #exhusband   #separation   #anger   #stress   #coping

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A #tbt to one of our most popular videos! #divorce   #ex   #exwife   #exhusband   #separation   #anger   #stress   #coping  

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An interesting poll from Gallup. What do YOU think -- can staying single or out of a committed relationship longer into adulthood be beneficial in the long run? Or does it perhaps lead to a lack of experience in making future decisions?
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