Divorce with dignity – a conversation.

Divorce with dignity – a conversation is all about how it starts with you – irrespective of what your soon-to-be-ex-husband is doing. Remember – you are never in control of that!

I recently chatted with Sarah Louise Ryan of Love Lessons about divorce. The decision to leave is a big one. The first of many decisions you’ll need to make if you do decide to divorce.

In this chat, I share my thoughts on how to make that decision and how to keep things on track both practically and for yourself personally.

 

You can read more about how to check the decision to divorce is the right one for you in my book How to be a Lady Who Leaves – the Ultimate Guide to Getting Divorce Ready.I talk with Sarah about this and the following resources will also help you. 

7 Simple Steps

Divorce: Put yourself first  

Feeling Stuck?

When you’re not really sure about what to do for the best, you can find yourself stuck in a loop. One minute you decide to leave and then you change your mind. I know that you can relate to this. Know that you are not alone – I’m yet to meet a woman you decided to divorce on a whim. But remember this – you’re a smart woman. You do already know whether things can change in your relationship. So you do already know deep down that your decision is more about whether you’re willing to carry on with things as they are, or not. 

It is scary, I know. On the other side of your fear however is the freedom from misery. Not only do you deserve that, you’re craving it every single day.

I can help you navigate your decision to divorce. I can also support your legal, practical and emotional process. Get in touch and lets chat about how that can work for you.

The Divorce Alchemist

Emma Heptonstall, the Divorce Alchemist is author of the Amazon best selling book How to be a Lady Who Leaves, the Ultimate Guide to Getting Divorce Ready. A former lawyer, Emma is a practising family mediator and founder of Get Divorce Ready the online self study and group programmes. Emma has been featured on BBC Radio, The Telegraph, the iPaper and in Marie Claire Magazine. To find out more visit www.emmaheptonstall.com

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