“Divorce coaching, is that something I really need, and is it worth the expense?” asked a mom in a Facebook group I joined several months ago.
The group moderator, a divorced mom who is not a divorce professional and who never worked with a divorce coach, answered. “Divorce coaches are only for high conflict high net worth cases”. In her opinion, divorce coaches are:
Feeling overwhelmed by emotion (something I warn my clients about daily), I could not remain silent. Offering to chat with anyone who wanted to learn more about divorce coaching. I explained that a divorce coach
In my haste to set the record straight, I overstepped a boundary. I got booted from the group.
Stung by rejection, I wanted to argue my case. I wanted to send a text explaining my position. I wanted to prove that I was not trying to self promote. I quickly realized that would not be in my best interest. It would fall on deaf ears and perhaps provide more reasons to point out why I was no longer welcome.
I needed to move on. But I was stuck. I felt angry with myself for letting my emotions get the best of me–I know better. I felt shame that I was rejected from a group where I had been building relationships and helping women reduce the drama and fear surrounding divorce. I failed.
But I am NOT a FAILURE!
We all make mistakes. We are just trying to do the best we can with the circumstances we are handed. We are human. We have emotions. Strong, raw, overwhelming emotions. But when our emotions take control, mistakes happen. Sometimes they can be fixed, but often they can’t be undone.
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Sharri Freedman is Your Divorce Coach. A former family law attorney now practicing as a Certified DIvorce Coach, Sharri helps you strategize best next steps so you can reduce the drama and fear of divorce and begin rebuilding relationships before, during, and after divorce.
Guest blog post by Sharri Freedman.
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