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We all need coaching of some sort throughout our lives. Whether it be for business, personal goals or our emotional wellbeing. Divorce is no exception. Because divorce is complex and challenging in many ways, is the very reason we highly recommend getting a coach. Whether it is for legal, financial, mental health or for real estate guidance, we have you covered!


Need a Referral? Call 469-556-1185

Check Out Professional Coaches In Our Video Library Below.

10 Reasons To Engage With A Professional Coach

#1. Better Leadership Ability -  Divorce can definitely affect your mindset and get you off track as a parent or in your career. A coach can guide you back to better working or parenting's never to late to be a great leader!

 #2. Better Clarity and Focus - Sometimes life, can get the better of us at any given time, especial during a divorce, and we need a guide to help us get refocused and re-energized. 

 #3. Improved Interpersonal Skills - Exceptional social and communication skills are critical for any successful relationship, both at home and the workplace, especial while going through the divorce process.

 #4. Increased Confidence - In divorce, there are many changes that are inevitable. How we handle them will make or break us. Lack of self-confidence is one of the biggest inhibitors to our success during and after divorce. 

#5. More Motivation - Motivation is a crucial ingredient to get you through a divorce. Depression can sometimes set in and we feel we've had enough and don't want to give 100% with the challenging tasks, seemingly impossible hurdles, and the everyday obstacles you will face.

#6. Getting Closer to Your Goals -  A great coach will help you with your new goals and aspirations, be a reliable support system, an unbiased third-party who is independent and unencumbered in terms of your personal and business relationships.  Sometimes relying on co-workers and family members for support and advice can be conflicting. 

#7. Learning Better Ways to Respond - Divorce is stressful and our emotions can get the best of us. A coach understands how our beliefs and the environments we operate in can trigger negative behaviors. They will help you learn how to inspire and direct others, especially your children, in a way that empowers them and generates engagement, alignment, and achievement. 

#8. Increased Accountability - Being accountable for your actions is absolutely critical during and after a stressful divorce. A coach can serve as an invaluable accountability partner. They can help you keep your promises and commitments, train you to stop making excuses and procrastinating, and give you the confidence to own up to and deal with mistakes - because mistakes will happen! 

#9. More Empathy -  Going through a divorce is sometimes hard to have empathy for your spouse and even your children at times. Being able to put yourself in someone else's shoes and understand how their feelings and emotions underpin what they think, is critical! An empathic spouse or parent will always be more trusted, supported and compassionate which will get you a lot further in life and healthier for the children.

#10. Leveraging Existing Strengths -  During and after divorce you need to find your hidden qualities and strengths that can make a significant impact in your future. A coach can help you uncover strengths you may not be unaware of, or underestimating. You need to see the value and uniqueness you have and leverage your strengths for your new chapter in life and for the be benefit of children.


If you can't make an 'in person' meeting with a mental health coach,

we have provided videos for you to watch. 

Here Are Our Most Recent Videos For You Convenience.

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and Depression
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If You Struggle To Maintain Good Relationships - THIS is Why 


#1 Heal Chaos and Overwhelm: DECLUTTER Every Part of Your Life
#2 Best 3 Tips on Worry, Anxiety To Turn Down the Stress Response
#3 Are You Stuck in Freeze Mode?
Turning  off the Freeze Response
#4 Change How You Feel by Changing How You Think
#5 Divorce Attorney Reveals RED FLAGS Never Ignore In A Man
#6 How to Recognize Emotionally Immature People
#7 How To Be Less Emotionally Reactive
#8 Divorce: It's Not About You
#9 The Grief Process For Divorce
#10 After Divorce: What Are You Grieving?
#11 Gray Divorce: What Is It & Why Should It Matter?
#12 Just & Right Division of Community Property
#13 Four Make-or-Break Factors In Divorce Settlements - Debt/Income Ratios
#14 Four Factors Part 2 - How To Structure & Document Support
#15 Bliss Divorce: Affordable AI Divorce
#16 How & Why I Becama A Private Investigator
#17 Calming Anxiety With Your Body's Own Anti-Anxiety Response
#18 How To Turn Off Fear Response - Create A Sense Of Safety
#19 How To Move Past & Remove Mental & Emotional Blocks
#20 Willingness - The Surprising Antidote To Anxiety
#21 Divorce Attorney Reveals RED FLAGS Never Ignore In A Man
#22 How to Recognize Emotionally Immature People
#23 How To Be Less Emotionally Reactive
#24 Stop Talking About Your Trauma Might Retraumatize You!
#25 How To Refinance An Owelty Lien From A Divorce
#26 Considerations with Supplemental Social Security
#27 Keeping Your Attorneys In Contact - Cross Your 'T's & Dot Your 'I's!
#28 This Is Why You Can't Let Go After Divorce.
#29 Her Actual Reasons For Divorce
#30 The Forgotten Victims of Gray Divorce: Adult Children
#31 The Good and The Bad of Legal Separation
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Whether you need a coach, counselor or professional guidance regarding legal, financial, mental health or real estate, we have the professionals to guide you to success!

Call 469-556-1185

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