Bestselling author and Certified Divorce Coach Cherie Morris talks with Opportunist’s Managing Editor Leslie Stone about how she helps her clients navigate separation and divorce …read more
The women are architects, film industry executives, skin care consultants, product managers at tech companies, psychologists. They have worked in finance, publishing and television, though some had scaled back or left the work force when their children were born.…Read More
When navigating the minefield of divorce, everything you’ve worked for and everything you care about is up for grabs: your income, your home, custody of your children (if you have them), your sense of security and even your very identity. More hotly contested and drawn out divorce proceedings result in higher costs and greater emotional wreckage.…Read More
Getting unmarried is as time-consuming and detail-oriented as tying the knot in the first place, so if you were the type to hire a wedding planner, it’s not a far leap to think you’d want a divorce coach.
“The whole process is an emotional roller coaster,” says Candace Pittenger, 51, a natural healer in Carlsbad, California, who used a divorce coach this year to help end her 13-year marriage.…Read More