Women and Divorce


Women and Your Divorce

Not to be the bearer of bad news, but typically women suffer the most after divorce, both in terms of quality of life and emotional well-being, says Michele Weiner Davis, creator of the Divorce Busting Centers.

Divorce Well with a Divorce Coach– knowledge is power, being clear-minded, emotionally-sound, with a fair and well thought out plan will shape your future into one that will make you proud!

It’s important to be aware of the possible consequences of divorce, and to have a realistic view of the future.

Consult with a Divorce Coach prior to divorce.  Consulting with friends and hearing stories of other divorcees can be misleading and damaging!

Get guidance and knowledge from professionals; knowledge is power, being clear-minded, emotionally-sound, with a fair and well thought out plan, will help shape your future!


The Process

Financial Stress

Emotional Distress


Taking Control



Financial Stress

A woman may suffer financially after divorce, particularly if she is the primary caregiver to the children. Without her husband’s salary, she will have less money to cover bills and household expenses.

Consulting with a Divorce Coach, Financial Advisor and a Family Law Attorney will help you navigate the realistic expectations of your financial future.

I work to help prepare for your future and create a plan and to clearly understand what the attorney and financial advisors are communicating to you to respond in a sound and credible manner.

We work through the emotional aspects of finances and get to the BUSINESS of divorce.

Emotional Distress

Divorce may leave a woman feeling hurt, lonely and unhappy. Even if it was her choice to end the marriage, she may bear the scars of the broken relationship for a long time. The stresses of being in an unhappy marriage may simply be replaced by different worries, such as not being able to trust a man again, struggling to find her perfect partner or a fear of being rejected.

As your Divorce Coach (with the trusted partners if needed), we will dive into the EMOTIONAL distress. Navigating the emotions with you, creating space for the feelings and then working a plan to control what we can control, putting the “fight or flight” response to rest, and allowing you to create life that you desire.

We create a plan for the future with you and your future BEST-SELF!


Despite the potential negative effects of divorce on a woman, there are many cases in which divorce leads to a happier, healthier life. If a woman is getting out of a marriage fraught with conflict or violence she will be happier in the long term.

A woman may still require professional help to get over the unhealthy relationship and subsequent breakdown of the marriage, particularly if she was the victim of domestic violence. We have trusted partners for trauma and resources are available for Domestic Violence

Taking Control

For a divorce to have more positive effects on a woman than negative, she must make the most of the chance to change her life for the better. Some women say that the first few years after divorce are a time of significant personal growth, with greater independence and more personal choices. It is crucial to work to create a better life, say Hawkins, Fackrell and Higginbotham. Every single decision a woman makes after divorce, from where to live to how to increase her income, is an important part of this process.

As a Divorce Coach, I am here to guide you through the process of decision making and planning process!

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