When we are going through a break-up or divorce, we have to make a number of key decisions.
It is ironic that, particularly in the early stage of a break-up or divorce where we need to be emotionally strong and able to make these important decisions about our future and the future of our children, we will be at our most vulnerable emotionally.
The fact is it is very difficult to make rational decisions when we are in a high state of anxiety and feeling emotionally charged. Coaching support during this time will help to decrease the intensity of emotion and to shed clarity on the situation, and will make it easier for you to deal with overwhelming feelings and stress to help make strategic decisions.
During the course of the previous session we will have created an action plan for you. Each of the action steps for you to take will have a date to complete them by.
Issues may have changed since the last session and we will work on the issues that you need the most help with at the time of the follow-up session. Each session builds on the previous one. It is a very fluid and flexible process and tailored to your individual requirements.
In every follow-up session we will follow up on your action plan and work on addressing the issues you are still facing and steps you can take towards resolving them. I will ask you further questions to help you find solutions and again I will offer you emotional and practical support and guide you through your options and provide you with tools and tips for you to apply to enable you to move forward and make further positive changes. And we will create a revised action plan for you to work on before the next follow-up session should you require one.
Who is break-up and divorce coaching suitable for?
If you are struggling with the pain of your break-up or divorce, feel stuck and unclear about the way forward.
If you feel emotionally overwhelmed and weighed down by a rollercoaster of negative emotions.
If you are heartbroken and still grieving for your relationship and unable to let go.
A divorce or relationship break-up is the second most stressful life event after the death of a loved one.
A divorce is the death of a marriage, and a break-up is the death of a relationship.
On that basis, it is no surprise that the emotions we feel will follow the pattern of grief in so many ways.
If you lose someone, you need to grieve that loss and work through your emotions. But with the right support you will be able to move forward and out the other side, and re-create a life where you are thriving.
I look forward to our break-up and divorce coaching session and to supporting you on your journey
Duration of the session: 60 minutes