Reimagining and Rebuilding After Divorce
My story is your story
I’ll never forget the day my ex-husband told me he wanted a divorce. It was Valentine’s Day, 2012. I was devastated, to say the least, and found myself trying to manage all of the elements of my new life — entirely alone and falling apart.
During this time, I started journaling. I asked questions of myself, like…
How do I move forward?
What do I want?
Can I be happy again?
How can I take care of myself and my children?
And the biggest question of them all:
What do I want for my life?
My friend, if you’re here reading this, it’s because you’ve also asked that question. You may also have looked around and realized, like I did, that you need, crave, and deserve help. You want the best for your children, and to heal yourself.
We may have family, friends, and experts who surround us during a divorce, but there is no one who truly takes your hand and says, “I’ve been here, and I know what you can do.”
That’s where I come in.
I’m Lori, your sister in solidarity
In the months and years that followed my divorce, I knew I should have been grateful for the support I had. My parents and family helped, I had lawyers and therapists. But what I craved was someone to take me by the arm, pick me up, and help me dust myself off.
It has been many years since my divorce, and I truly believe that — if I had a coach, a sister in solidarity — I could have reached the point I am at today much faster, and with much less heartache.
Healing over heartache…
I’ve been through the trenches, I’ve been to rock bottom, I’ve seen the red flags of bad relationships and poor self-care.
But I’ve also found a place of solace, direction, and excitement about what comes next.
I’ve learned to let go and to rely on my own power.
I’ve learned to love the new me, and the new life I’ve built for myself.
I’ve built a life for myself and my children that we love.
And I know all of that is possible for you… with the right support
That’s why I offer divorce coaching and support to women who are going through a divorce or who have recently finalized their divorce. If that’s you, I’d love to hear from you and to have a conversation about all the ways I can help.
Let’s reimagine your future together
Divorce does not define you. The actions you take do. If you’re ready to define the future you want for yourself, and to work toward that future, call me. I’m ready to help.