3 Common Divorce Mistakes

A few years ago, I went through my own extremely difficult divorce situation. Exhausted from survival mode, I decided it was time for a huge change; I dove into learning everything I could about how to not just survive through the process of divorce, but truly thrive, rebuild, re-grow, and find true happiness again.

I’ve spoken on international stages, have 8 years of coaching experience, and have received my certification in transformation and confidence coaching. Now, I’m excited to teach you everything that I have learned!!!

It’s really my belief that it is not enough to just survive through your divorce or separation… you’ve been handed a gift of an opportunity to truly step into a better situation and thrive in your life with this experience!

Let’s talk about 3 of the most common divorce or separation mistakes made by people that hold them back from truly thriving through their situation:

  1. Letting your emotions lead the way – emotions can very easily overcome logic and force you to act out of fear, anger, sadness, guilt, etc. It’s very important to get hold of your emotions; as hard as that can be, so that you can think logically and truly get what you deserve, need and are worthy of in your divorce.
  2. Having unrealistic or fear based expectations during your divorce – we are fear based creatures (which made sense when we were cavemen, but not as much now)! That fear has evolved over time and created unnecessary fear in situations that are only uncomfortable. Because of this, it’s very easy to get sucked into fear, as well as having unrealistic expectations, or even focusing on the unknown of what’s going to happen and therefore not being able to truly thrive through our situation.
  3. Not having a plan for thriving and rebuilding – If you don’t have a plan, you don’t know where you’re going to go, right?! It’s much like getting in your car and driving without a destination. If you get in your car and you don’t know where you’re going, how are you going to get there?  The same thing applies to your separation or divorce situation!  Once your divorce has started, you have to engage with it. Burying your head in the sand is only going to make your divorce harder and more painful. It will also dramatically increase the chances that you’re not going to get what’s important to you during your divorce. No matter how upset or depressed you are, you have to get up, hero up, make some goals and start taking actions to achieve them.

I HAVE GOOD NEWS – there are ways to avoid all of these common mistakes.

You set yourself up for failure by not empowering yourself, by not partnering with experienced experts that know how to help you control your emotions, and teach you the tools that you need to do that. You will succeed easier with partnerships that can teach you the tools to set correct expectations and create plans for yourself. I

Like many others I have worked with, you can avoid making the most painful divorce mistakes that are out there. In turn, that’s going to put you in the best position to start a new life, it’s going to save you money having emotions under control and it’s going to help you rebuild more quickly.

In a few days, I’m going to share my results-based system that has helped so many people avoid these mistakes while reaching their desired divorce outcomes.
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